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shared parental pay

Clarity on whether it is discriminatory to fail to enhance shared parental pay

The Court of Appeal has now given guidance on whether it is discriminatory for employersView Article

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Would you like to be a Tribunal wing member?

If a claim issued in the Employment Tribunal proceeds all the way to a finalView Article

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Tribunal wing members
injury to feelings

What is the appropriate level of injury to feelings award for a one-off act of discrimination?

An individual who succeeds in a claim of discrimination in the Employment Tribunal can claimView Article

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Is a dismissal discriminatory if the employer does not know about the disability until the appeal stage?

Discrimination arising from disability happens where the employer treats an employee unfavourably because of somethingView Article

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disability
Duty to make reasonable adjustments

THE DUTY TO MAKE REASONABLE ADJUSTMENTS – EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE ON 18 JUNE 2019

WITH WORKSHOP INCLUDING INTERACTIVE CASE STUDIES THE BARN AT BERKELEY – M5 (Junctions 13/14) EmployersView Article

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Compensation for failure to provide a section 1 statement?

Employers currently have an obligation to provide employees whose employment is to continue for moreView Article

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section 1 statement
redundancy

Should redundancy protection be extended for new parents?

Under current regulations, before making a woman on maternity leave redundant, an employer has anView Article

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Is an employer liable for an employee’s injury at a party?

An employer can be held vicariously liable for the act of a wrongdoer. The keyView Article

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vicarious
injury to feelings

What is the cost of injury to feelings? Increase in compensation guidelines.

Claimants who succeed in a claim of discrimination in the Employment Tribunal are able toView Article

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Is a failure to offer a dedicated parking space a breach of the duty to make reasonable adjustments?

Where a provision, criterion or practice applied by an employer puts a disabled person atView Article

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reasonable adjustments
disability discrimination

When does an employer have knowledge of a disability?

An employee has a disability under the Equality Act 2010 if they have a physicalView Article

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Personal injury compensation for a failure to provide rest breaks?

Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR), workers are entitled to an unpaid rest breakView Article

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rest breaks

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