With Ramadan starting this week, BDBF Associate, Theo Nicou considers the Muslim Council of Britain’s report which provides recommendations on what employers can do to provide a more inclusive work environment for Muslim staff.
There is ongoing concern about the use of NDAs to silence victims of sexual harassment and assault. In this article for the Financial Reporter, BDBF Partner, Claire Dawson, looks at the protection individuals have if they speak up about discrimination and harassment after signing an NDA.
No jab, No job? On 22 April 2021, BDBF is holding it’s next webinar for employers, looking at the hot topic of vaccines and the workplace
Although the deadline for gender pay gap reporting has been pushed back to 5 October 2021, employers still need to keep on top of other employment law changes coming into force in April. Here we round up the five key changes for employers to navigate.
On 3 March 2021, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak MP, delivered the Spring 2021 Budget. Here we round up the key employment law announcements for employers to note including the five-month extension to the furlough scheme.
In one of the first COVID-19 dismissal cases, an Employment Tribunal had to decide whether an employee was dismissed fairly for refusing to wear a face mask when attending a client’s premises.