The Government has responded to the Women and Equalities Committee’s report on pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workplace.
The refusal of a Catholic employee’s 5-week holiday to attend religious festivals was not indirect religious discrimination.
A whistleblower disclosing potential wrongdoing must express a reasonable belief that an identifiable legal obligation has been (or will be) breached.
A Pimlico Plumber was held to be a worker despite his contract labelling him as an independent contractor.
The Government’s long-awaited review into the Employment Tribunal fees regime has been published, and fees will remain.
As of 6 April 2017, higher limits will apply to various compensation awards payable under employment legislation.
The online Employment Tribunal database is now live, meaning journalists and prospective new employers can identify them much more easily.
The new regulatory reference regime under the SMCR is now in force. Nick Wilcox considers the impact of the new rules on executives in financial services.
Southern Rail’s parent company has failed in an attempt to obtain an injunction preventing strikes led by ASLEF.
The new gender pay gap regulations are due to come into force on 6 April 2017 and will require employers with 250 staff or more to publish their pay data.