We are pleased to announce that BDBF Partner, Gareth Brahams, has been recommended as a top adviser in the Spear’s Magazine Employment Lawyers Index 2022.
Congratulations to BDBF Associate, Hannah Lynn, who has been elected to the ELA Management Committee 2022-2024 as the Junior Lawyer Representative.
In Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Ltd the Court of Appeal decided that the dismissal of a whistleblower for conduct closely related to her whistleblowing disclosure was not automatically unfair.
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that an employer discriminated against and victimised a worker who lost her role after she had made straightforward statements of her gender critical beliefs on Twitter and in the workplace.
The Supreme Court has ruled that permanent part-year workers are entitled to 5.6 weeks’ holiday per year, regardless of how many weeks they actually work.
In July 2021, the Minister for Employment asked members of a “Roundtable of Older Workers” to look at the issue of menopause and employment in light of the impact that menopause can have on women’s working lives.