Judge rules claimant was sacked for raising safety concerns in a ‘reasonable and polite fashion’ and evidence of her poor performance was ‘hopelessly unconvincing’
The pensions industry has been struggling to compensate members of an abolished scheme known for its legacy sex discrimination, explains Anna Rogers
In light of a recent Supreme Court ruling, Chris Kisby outlines what claimants need to be aware of if they want to bring a case against their employer
In light of a recent EAT ruling, Stephen Hill examines whether a boss's discriminatory conduct can be considered unlawful harassment if it leads to an employee quitting
Firms with a strict ‘no jab, no job’ policy could risk facing indirect discrimination claims from vegan workers on ethical grounds, says Laura Kearsley
Mother sacked by HR firm while on maternity leave and told to ‘go to the Jobcentre’ awarded £50k by tribunal15 Oct 2021
Judge upholds all worker’s discrimination claims, ruling employer’s conduct caused ‘detrimental and adverse’ stress that affected her ability to breastfeed her baby
With the DWP launching its consultation on the new notifiable events regime proposal, Max Ballad examines the impact on businesses
With the rules for foreign travel changing once again, Kirsty Thompson looks at how employers can handle this contentious issue
Manchester, Greater Manchester
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Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw)
West Yorkshire, North West
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