Although the UK’s Leave vote has had no immediate impact on free movement rights, businesses which employ EEA nationals and their family members may wish to start thinking about the..
In the case of Buchanan v The Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, the EAT gave useful guidance on the objective justification defence available to employers in certain discrimination claims..
In the case of Snell v Network Rail, the tribunal awarded a father just over £28,000 in compensation after he was refused the same pay as his wife while on..
Back in February we reported that the EAT had dismissed an appeal from British Gas against the finding that the Working Time Regulations can be interpreted so as to be..
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has decided that two elected workplace union officials, despite not being the union’s employees, were its agents and therefore the union could be held liable for..
Long gone are the days when the postman delivered every parcel. Nowadays, we don’t bat an eyelid when the person knocking at the door is a courier in an unfamiliar..
Over the years, the government has made many changes to the Entrepreneur visa route in an attempt to counter abuse under the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa category. ..