In Lamonby v Solent University the Employment Tribunal had to consider whether it was fair to dismiss an employee who had made remarks which betrayed a tendency to stereotype according to race, even where such stereotypes were sometimes positive.
Employer discriminated against depressed employee by failing to guarantee that she would not have to work with alleged harassers again. In this case, the EAT considered whether it would be a reasonable adjustment for an employer to provide an undertaking to a disabled employee guaranteeing a severance package in the event that it could not maintain certain working arrangements.
At a time when racial inequality is at the forefront of everyone’s minds, new figures revealing the continuing underrepresentation of black people in senior positions in the UK…
TV News host Samira Ahmed win equal pay case against BBC for her work on Newswatch. After being underpaid £700k Samira wins tribunal after comparing her pay with Jeremy Vine show Points of View.
It’s hard to believe that the #MeToo movement took off little more than two years ago. Not only has the movement empowered victims to speak up against harassment and encouraged employers to reflect on their approach to dealing with such allegations.