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Does an employer remain liable for harassment of an employee if the perpetrator transfers under TUPE?
Where TUPE (the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006) applies, employees automatically transferView Article Read more
What to expect in 2024 – the top five changes on the horizon
With the New Year just around the corner, we round up our top five employmentView Article Read more
Preventing sexual harassment – the employer’s new statutory duty
Employers will have a new legal duty to take reasonable steps to prevent sexual harassmentView Article Read more
Menopause in the workplace – guidance for employers
The Government has published a policy paper setting out the Menopause Employment Champion’s plan toView Article Read more
Third party harassment – where are we now?
Employers can be liable for discriminatory acts (including harassment) carried out by employees in theView Article Read more
Binding agreement to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace
It was reported recently that McDonald’s has signed a binding agreement with the Equality andView Article Read more
Are employers under a duty to protect employees from harassment by third parties?
Under the Equality Act, employers can be liable for discriminatory acts (including harassment) carried outView Article Read more
Top five cases of 2021
It has been another busy year for employers and HR professionals. Employers have been dealingView Article Read more
How should employers deal with allegations of sexual harassment at work?
The Fawcett Society has published a report, “Tackling sexual harassment in the workplace: recommendations forView Article Read more
Sexual harassment in the workplace: a new duty on employers?
The Government response into consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace has now been published. View Article Read more