An employer should be wary of relying upon previous unfair disciplinary sanctions to justify a subsequent dismissal.
A worker need not have expressly asked for a minimum rest break and been denied it to bring a claim under the Working Time legislation.
HMCTS has confirmed that there will be an online database of Employment Tribunal judgments by the end of 2016 or the beginning of 2017.
The UK Government will be implementing the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018. BDBF discusses what employers should do to plan.
Documents containing the personal information of more than one person should not automatically be disclosed on submission of a subject access request.
An employer must be able to justify the specific application of a sickness absence policy in any particular case.
EasyJet’s roster system, which could require cabin crew to work shifts of over 8 hours, was indirectly discriminatory on grounds of sex.
Asda’s female shop-floor workers are able to compare themselves to their male colleagues in the distribution centres for the purposes of an equal pay claim.
A Christian bakery’s refusal to bake a cake bearing a message in favour of legalising same-sex marriage was discriminatory.
Employment Law News Employment law lessons from Hillary Clinton Posted by BDBF on 9 November, 2016 There can be little doubt that Donald Trump’s victory was assisted by the scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton’s use of personal email for work purposes. It...