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Jefferies banker misled tribunal in disability case

Shared from on 9 February 2017

A City banker has lost a disability discrimination case against Jefferies, the US investment bank, with a judge finding he misled the tribunal.

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Jefferies banker misled tribunal in disability case

Shared from on 9 February 2017

A City banker has lost a disability discrimination case against Jefferies, the US investment bank, with a judge finding he misled the tribunal.

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‘See past my disability, give me a job’

Shared from on 9 December 2016

June is disabled and was unable to find a job for three years.

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‘See past my disability, give me a job’

Shared from on 9 December 2016

June is disabled and was unable to find a job for three years.

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Argos agency staff get extra 80p an hour up to Christmas – if they don’t go sick | Law | The Guardian

Shared from on 17 October 2016

Lawyer says ‘uplift’ for temporary workers at Essex depot could amount to indirect disability discrimination

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Businesses pledge to battle discrimination against mothers

Shared from on 15 September 2016

A group of leading businesses including Barclays, Ford, Royal Mail, BT Group, and the Nationwide Building Society are fronting a campaign under the auspices of the Equality & Human Rights Commission. 

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Businesses pledge to battle discrimination against mothers

Shared from on 15 September 2016

A group of leading businesses including Barclays, Ford, Royal Mail, BT Group, and the Nationwide Building Society are fronting a campaign under the auspices of the Equality & Human Rights Commission. 

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Businesses pledge to battle discrimination against mothers

Shared from on 15 September 2016

A group of leading businesses including Barclays, Ford, Royal Mail, BT Group, and the Nationwide Building Society are fronting a campaign under the auspices of the Equality & Human Rights Commission. 

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Jeremy Corbyn to set out measures tackling discrimination at work

Shared from on 21 July 2016

Launching his campaign for re-election, the Labour leader will propose extending compulsory pay audits to smaller firms

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New York Times boss sued over alleged ageist, racist and sexist hiring practices

Shared from on 29 April 2016

Paper denies ‘unjustified’ claims that CEO Mark Thompson introduced culture that favors ‘young, white’ and single staffers to older female and black employees

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More than one third of trans employees have ‘quit their job due to work discrimination’

Shared from on 15 April 2016

More than one third of transgender employees have left their job because of discrimination at the office, a new report has found.

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Starbucks employee wins dyslexia discrimination case

Shared from on 9 February 2016

A woman with dyslexia wins a discrimination case against her employer Starbucks after she was disciplined for falsifying documents.

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When is an ET claim not a claim? (Answer: When it’s part of a case)

Shared from on 10 January 2016

For some years now, policy debate around reform of the employment tribunal (ET) system has been befuddled by confusion – some of it inadvertent, some of it wilful and malevolent – about whether the system’s workload should be measured in terms of the number of claims, or the number of cases – which includes the relatively […]

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Ken Livingstone would be suspended for racist jibes. Taunts over mental health should be treated the same way

Shared from on 19 November 2015

Ken Livingstone's comments towards Kevan Jones MP have not just highlighted his attitude towards mental health, but confusion in the way the Labour leadership treats such unacceptable behaviour.

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Woman awarded £184k in ‘first caste discrimination’ case

Shared from on 23 September 2015

A woman recruited from India as a domestic servant for a family in the UK and paid 11p an hour is awarded nearly £184,000 in unpaid wages.

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