Tribunal able to hear very late disability discrimination claim from candidate whose job offer was pulled because she was on antidepressants
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a claimant may proceed with a disability discrimination claim which is over two years out of time, because she
Employee holding gender critical beliefs suffered harassment and employer failed to take reasonable steps to prevent it
In Fahmy v Arts Council England, an Employment Tribunal considered whether an employee suffered harassment related to her gender critical beliefs and whether her employer was able
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.
In the recent case of Hilaire v Luton Borough Council, the EAT held that a competitive interview process could disadvantage someone suffering from depression, meaning the duty to make reasonable adjustments would be triggered.
The Government has backed a Private Members’ Bill aimed at extending the obligations on employers under the Equality Act 2010.
An Employment Tribunal has decided that an employee who was dismissed shortly after contracting Covid was not disabled for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010.
The Women and Equalities Select Committee has completed its inquiry into the impact of the menopause in the workplace and called for major reforms in this area…
In this 50 minute webinar, BDBF’s Principal Knowledge Lawyer Amanda Steadman and Senior Associate Blair Wassman consider the hot topic of menopause and the workplace.
Worker who lost her role after she expressed gender critical beliefs on Twitter succeeds in direct discrimination and victimisation claims against employer
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 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.