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Equality & diversity
14 Oct 2003
Trade and industry secretary Patricia Hewitt has written to 500 of the UK’s
top companies to urge them to benchmark...
1 Oct 2003
Unions claim Employment Equality Regulations fail to give protection for gay and lesbian workers; HSE presses employers to tighten up job-related road safety before December
19 Sep 2003
law that prohibits councils from ‘promoting’ homosexuality has been repealed.
successful case has never been brought under Section...
7 Aug 2003
Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) has suspended its investigation into
alleged widespread sexual harassment at the Royal Mail after the...
1 Aug 2003
occupational health professionals, working in vastly different settings,
discuss the pros and cons of working within a multidisciplinary team,...
17 Jun 2003
The Personnel Today Workforce Diversity and Equality survey, produced in association with DLA, polled 1,300 HR professionals in both the...
1 May 2003
Women report criticism, ridicule and harassment by their managers
4 Feb 2003
The Royal Mail’s new director of diversity has pledged to change the
company’s work culture after the Equal Opportunities Commission...
1 Sep 2002
A ruling against Derbyshire Police has clarified the rules on marriage discrimination and highlights the ways employers can fall foul of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975
16 Apr 2002
Employers must ensure their employment practices can be justified following an EAT ruling on sex discrimination claims
12 Feb 2002
A recent ruling by the EAT shows employers need not treat disabled employees more favourably than non-disabled staff
29 Jan 2002
Our continuing series of quick guides to major employment legislation puts key information at your fingertips and brings you up to date with the latest developments. This week Jane Brown, senior solicitor with the employment team at Manches, looks at changes to sex discrimination law, with the recent introduction of the Indirect Discrimination and Burden of Proof Regulations
A year of European intervention, tribunal legislation, job loss consultation, sex and race discrimination and outsourcing consternation
18 Dec 2001
Equal pay for both sexes, greater consultation over redundancies, tribunal reforms and outsourcing HR were among the major issues the profession faced in 2001. Then there were the unforeseen events, such as the Foot and Mouth crisis and fall-out of September 11É
1 Nov 2001
Sexual harassment of women in the workplace is to be outlawed in India. A
bill is being introduced which will...
29 Aug 2001
Ninety per cent of people who claimed successfully for sexual
harassment at employment tribunal had resigned or lost their jobs...