The FCA has announced an increase in the number of financial services firms who must record communications made by their employees.
An employer’s ban on wearing religious symbols at work may or may not be directly discriminatory depending on the reason for the ban.
The Gender Pay Gap reporting regulations are now in force, and guidance suggests that contractors’ earnings may need to be covered in the reports.
An employer must only conduct a proportionate search, and give a proportionate response, to data subject access requests it receives.
Notice of termination of employment sent by post will take effect once the recipient has personally taken delivery of the letter.
It is now an offence for a training provider to use the word ‘apprenticeship’ to refer to an arrangement which is not a statutory apprenticeship.
An employee’s poor attitude towards organisational changes within their employer’s business could amount to gross misconduct.
Employers must now pay an Immigration Skills Charge of up to £1,000 per year for each skilled migrant they employ.
In order to successfully establish indirect discrimination, claimants do not have to prove the reason why a practice puts their group at a particular disadvantage.
British Gas has been refused permission to appeal to the Supreme Court over a decision that holiday pay must include results-based commission.