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By Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The High Court has clarified the scope of an employer's duty when giving a reference in respect of a former employee.
By Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The EAT has made clear that context is key to the determination of whether conduct amounts to harassment.
By Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Court of Appeal has set out what an employer does and does not need to know in order to be found to have discriminated against a disabled employee.
By Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Court of Appeal has considered the circumstances in which an employer will be held liable for acts of discrimination committed by their agents.
By Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The EAT has clarified the circumstances in which an employee can fairly be dismissed for gross misconduct.
By Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Supreme Court has confirmed that a contract can validly prohibit variations being made to it orally.
By Arpita Dutt
In 2017, the FCA announced an increase in the number of financial services firms who must record communications made by their employees.
By Chelsie Nicholls
The 2018 FIFA World Cup starts today, marking one month of football fever. But are employers ready for kick off?
By Arpita Dutt
Today, 7 June 2018, marks the 50th anniversary of the strike by 187 female sewing machinists at a Ford car factory seeking sex equality, a story that inspired the 2010 film ‘Made in Dagenham.'
By Arpita Dutt, Emily Plosker
1 June 2018 marks Global Day of Parents – a day declared by the UN General Assembly in 2012 which aims to honour parents and their commitment to nurturing and raising children throughout the world
By Arpita Dutt
Emma Sell, Practice Manager of BDBF explores how mental health first aid training works and what to expect from it.
By Arpita Dutt
Barclays CEO Jes Staley has been fined Ł642,430 by City regulators and had Ł500,000 of bonus clawed back by the bank after he attempted to identify an anonymous whistleblower.
By Arpita Dutt
It is clear from recent studies that a change is needed in terms of how employers deal with mental health issues.
By Sarah Owbridge
It is now well known that advertising a vacancy for a "barmaid" or a "handyman" would discriminate against applicants of the opposite sex
By Arpita Dutt
Employers everywhere, sharpen your pencils and find your calculators.