Court of Appeal holds that a one off act by an employer will not always qualify as a "provision, criterion or practice" under the Equality Act 2010
Migration Advisory Committee publishes recommendations relating to sponsored workers, providing further insight into the future of the UK’s immigration system
Employment Bulletin - February 2020
Tribunal holds that ethical veganism is protected as a philosophical belief under the Equality Act 2010
Important Aspects of the New Parental Bereavement Leave Legislation to be Aware of
Whistleblowing - Court of Appeal holds that an employer publically denying the truth of a protected disclosure, did not subject the employee to detriment
An update - European Employees and Volunteers post Brexit
Charity Fraud: Lessons from a recent case
What the Queen’s Speech means for Employment and Immigration Legislation
Statutory employment law changes to watch out for in 2020
Employment Status - EAT considers whether the right to provide a substitution to perform work meant a delivery driver was not a worker - Stuart Delivery Ltd v Augustine
EAT confirms that a separate investigatory hearing is not always needed in a disciplinary process - Sunshine Hotel v Goddard
Samira Ahmed wins equal pay claim against BBC in the Employment Tribunal - Samira Ahmed v BBC
Employment Bulletin January 2020
Employee’s Human Right of freedom of expression vs their confidentiality obligations - Herbai v Hungary
Not paying ‘London Allowance’ to officer on maternity leave is direct sex discrimination - City of London Police v Geldart
Employer not entitled to rely on negative right to work check notice to withhold pay and work - Badara v Pulse Healthcare Limited
Court of Appeal upholds injunction preventing industrial action as union interfered with the ballot - Royal Mail Group Limited v Communication Workers Union
Employment Bulletin - December 2019
Supreme Court holds employers can liable for automatic unfair dismissal, even if unaware that it was for whistleblowing - Royal Mail Group Ltd v Jhuti
Employer fails in claim against credit controller for transferring £200,000 to fraudsters - Peebles Media v Patricia Reilly
Whistleblowing – A practical guide for charities
The long awaited Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill
New ACAS guidance issued for employers to help manage the impact of menopause at work
EAT reaffirms that employers will not be liable for harassment of their employees by third parties
Are homophobic remarks about hypothetically not hiring LGBT people unlawful?
Covert surveillance of employees suspected of theft did not breach human right to private life
The Supreme Court holds that judges are workers for the purposes of whistleblower protection- Gilham v Ministry of Justice.
Employment Bulletin - November 2019
Can an employer be liable for injury caused at an impromptu work after party?
Whistleblowing: Is reasonable belief that a protected disclosure is in the public interest sufficient?
Out-of-hours GP providing services through limited company is a worker rather than self-employed