In Keating v WH Smith Retail Holdings Ltd an Employment Tribunal ruled that a female employee was indirectly discriminated against on the grounds of sex when her employer sought to impose Saturday working on her.
In Forstater v CGD Europe and others the EAT held that gender critical beliefs, including beliefs that biological sex cannot be changed and is different to gender identity, are protected beliefs under the Equality Act 2010 and the European Convention of Human Rights.
Is it discriminatory to require working mothers to comply with onerous working patterns? In our latest briefing, Amanda Steadman, Principal Knowledge Lawyer, discusses a recent EAT decision which helps women pursuing such claims.
Gareth Brahams speaks at the White Paper Conference answering the question: when can you be fixed with constructive knowledge of an undeclared disability?
In Price v Powys County Council, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has determined that it was not directly discriminatory to enhance pay to a female employee on adoption leave and not to enhance statutory pay for a male employee on shared parental leave.