Tag Archive: discrimination

reasonable adjustments

Making reasonable adjustments and competitive interviews

Employers have a duty under the Equality Act in some circumstances to make reasonable adjustmentsView Article

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New protection for pregnant employees in a redundancy situation?

The Government has announced that it is backing the Protection from Redundancy (Pregnancy and FamilyView Article

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disabilities

Online service to help employers support employees with disabilities

The Government has announced a new online service that aims to give employers the toolsView Article

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Employee rights – all change?

The Government has announced the introduction of a Bill that could potentially have a significantView Article

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employee rights
Time limits

How long does an employee have to issue a claim in the Employment Tribunal?

Individuals who wish to issue a claim in the Employment Tribunal must comply with strictView Article

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Discrimination for expression of ‘gender critical’ beliefs

Direct discrimination occurs where a person is treated less favourably than others are treated, orView Article

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gender critical
Reasonable adjustment

Does a failure to make reasonable adjustments in a dismissal process mean that the dismissal is unfair?

To successfully defend an unfair dismissal claim, an employer will need to show that thereView Article

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THE NEW NORMAL: THE IMPACT OF COVID ON THE WORKING RELATIONSHIP – EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE ON 5 JULY 2022

WITH WORKSHOP INCLUDING INTERACTIVE CASE STUDIES TUESDAY 5 JULY 2022 – 10.30 A.M. TO 3.00View Article

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long COVID

Is long COVID a disability?

According to official statistics published on 6 May 2022, an estimated 1.8 million people livingView Article

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Hot desking – a warning for employers

The pandemic has led to many employers introducing changes to the way in which employeesView Article

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Hot desking