Can an employer take into account prior misconduct as part of a disciplinary investigation, even if that previous conduct went unpunished at the time?
The Greek police force’s minimum height threshold for new applicants was indirectly discriminatory against women and could not be objectively justified.
In order to avoid a finding of sex discrimination, employers should assess the specific risks posed to individual breastfeeding workers.
An employer who gives an employee a false reason dismissal may be in breach of the implied term of mutual trust and confidence.
A university’s installation of surveillance cameras in student auditoriums was a breach of its professors’ human rights to privacy.
Morrisons, the supermarket chain, has been held liable for a disgruntled employee’s willful breach of data protection legislation.
Workers who do not receive paid annual leave can carry their holiday entitlement over indefinitely and claim that holiday pay as a lump sum on termination.
Been made redundant whilst on maternity leave? BDBF’s Ruth Gamble and Emily Plosker explain your rights in this difficult situation.
In the wake of the Taylor Review, Ruth Gamble and Emily Plosker consider ways to address the gender pay gap and sex and maternity discrimination at work.
Although shared parental leave is almost 2 years old, take-up has been low. Polly Rodway considers how employers can support dads wishing to take it.