Is a job applicant entitled to damages if the sole reason they applied was to bring a discrimination claim?
A woman who was sexually harassed by her employer has been awarded £14,000 as compensation for injury to feelings.
Now that the Privacy Shield is in force, what must US and EU employers do to protect data?
Was a headteacher’s decision not to inform her school of her relationship with a sex offender a fair reason for dismissal?
This case considers the protection available to whistleblowers when their dismissing officer was unaware that they had blown the whistle.
A second case has come before an Advocate General concerning instructions for a Muslim woman not to wear a headscarf at work.
BDBF’s Gareth Brahams considers the political climate some months after the Brexit vote, and what the impact may be on employment law.
Rolleen McDonnell considers the strategy employees should have when dealing with a potential redundancy in the wake of Brexit.
In the wake of events at Byron Hamburgers, BDBF’s Paul McAleavey considers employers’ competing legal obligations to prevent illegal working while also maintaining the trust and confidence of their employees. Originally published in the Solicitors’ Journal on 16 August 2016.
Samantha Prosser discusses recent measures taken by Massachusetts to reduce pay inequality and considers the position in UK law.