In the case of Metroline RATPDEV Ltd v Morris, the EAT held the Claimant’s activities of storing, using or disseminating confidential information did not amount to ‘trade union activities’ and..
In good faith? Refusal of holiday for employee wanting to attend religious festivals was not discrimination
It is accepted that attendance at religious festivals can constitute a manifestation of religious belief giving rise to indirect discrimination claims, however, the EAT in Gareddu v London Underground Ltd..
We reported last year (Apprenticeship levy update) on the government’s plans to introduce an apprenticeship levy of 0.5% for all employers with a total annual payroll bill in excess of..
Last week the Government responded to calls from MPs on the Woman and Equalities Committee to give pregnant women and mothers greater legal protection in the workplace. ..
In Davies v Droylsden Academy, the claimant was a lettings manager at a company which provided property services to Droylsden Academy. ..
In Stratford v Auto Trail VR Ltd the EAT found a dismissal to be fair despite the employer’s reliance on earlier expired warnings...
The Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Act 2006 (“IANA 2006”), makes employers responsible for preventing illegal working in the UK...
It has long been recognised that migrant domestic workers are vulnerable to abuse, exploitation, and trafficking. The nature of abuse may span from minor breaches of employment and health and..
Shoe on the other foot? Government confirms requiring female staff to wear high heels is discriminatory
A House of Commons Joint Committee report examining workplace dress codes has been published. ..