Banning a Muslim employee from wearing her headscarf when in contact with clients was direct religious discrimination according to the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European..
Lack of knowledge of employee’s protected disclosures did not prevent a finding of automatic unfair dismissal
In the recent case of Royal Mail Group Limited v Jhuti, the Employment Appeal Tribunal decided that an employee had been automatically unfairly dismissed even though the manager responsible for..
Some business truths will never change. The ability to recruit and retain talent will remain as important as ever. Indeed, in a post-Brexit world the ability to appoint..
Last week the Government published its response to the Women and Equalities Committee’s first report on transgender equality...
The European Court of Justice has recently reaffirmed, in the case of in Sobczyszyn v Skola Podstawowa w Rzeplinie, that where a worker is unable to take their annual leave..
Do you work in a collaborative culture? Collaboration sounds good, but probably more talked about than applied. Many businesses would say they are collaborative. Are they really?..
In the first appellate decision on the scope of settlement negotiations under s.111A Employment Rights Act 1996 (Faithorn Farrell Timms LLP v Bailey) (“Bailey”), ..
In an age where employees are easily able to copy, store and upload confidential information, employers are having to become increasingly vigilant to prevent such information ending up in the..