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.
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.
In the recent case of Coulson v Rentplus Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld a decision that the Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures applied to a sham redundancy dismissal that was tainted by discrimination.
An Employment Tribunal has held that a woman suffered harassment related to sex when her employer failed to provide a private room for her to express breastmilk while at work.
In Burke v Turning Point Scotland an Employment Tribunal decided that an employee who had suffered with Covid symptoms for around nine months was disabled and could proceed with a disability discrimination claim.