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.
Work-related stress which is the product of unhappiness with a particular situation may not of itself amount to a disability.
An employer’s dismissal of a disabled employee for showing pupils a horror film amounted to discrimination arising from disability.
In some cases, an employer can take into account an employee’s history of expired written warnings in deciding to dismiss them.
An employer was found not to be liable for an employee’s serious injury caused by an assault during drinks held after the office Christmas party.
BDBF is delighted to welcome Cerys Williams as a new Partner. Cerys brings with her 17 years of expertise in contentious and non-contentious employment law.
The Dorchester Hotel gives its female staff a ‘grooming list’ to ensure that they meet certain standards of appearance whilst at work.
The Government has abolished the tax benefits associated with employee shareholder status.
A number of important changes to Tier 2 immigration rules are now in force.