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Government Uncovering The Cover-Up Culture
Since #MeToo brought non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) into the spotlight in late 2017, there has been a flurry of activity from government committees and regulatory bodies seeking to implement change.
UK
19 Aug 2019
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SMCR Optimisation And Final Rules
The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR), which was introduced in 2016 to increase the accountability of individuals working in the banking sector
UK
6 Aug 2019
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The Good Work Plan Delivers Some Good News For Work-Seekers
Regular readers of our blog will be aware that the 2017 Taylor Review of Modern Employment Practices was an independent review into the issues surrounding the labour market in the UK ...
UK
20 Feb 2019
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UK
20 Feb 2019
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Zero-Hours Contracts: "Flexibility" Is Not A Draw For The Majority Of Workers
A report recently undertaken by three labour market economists has found that 44% of workers on zero-hours contracts would like more working hours
UK
13 Oct 2018
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Sex Discrimination Case Flushed Out Of The Tribunal System With A £25,000 Settlement
A female council worker has settled her sex discrimination claim for £25,000.
UK
31 Aug 2018
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Pay Gap Between Younger And Older Workers
The pay gap between the under-30s and over-30s has risen by more than half in the last 20 years, as younger workers are still enduring the residual effects of the financial crisis.
UK
11 Jul 2018
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Failing To Report Gender Pay Gap
"Let me be very very clear: failing to report is breaking the law. We have the powers to enforce against companies who are in breach of these regulations.
UK
29 Mar 2018
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Apprenticeship Levy In Numbers
Recently released statistics indicate that the apprenticeship levy introduced by the government in April 2017 needs a radical rethink.
UK
2 Feb 2018
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Greek Government's Imposition Of Height Restrictions On Its Police Force Falls Short Of Equal Treatment
In this case, a woman applied to the Greek police academy but was rejected because she was only 168cm tall.
UK
27 Oct 2017
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Supreme Court Rules That Embassy Staff Are Not Excluded By State Immunity
In the recent case of Benkharbouche v. Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs & Anor the Supreme Court agreed with the EAT and the Court of Appeal and unanimously held that...
UK
26 Oct 2017
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Parental Bereavement Leave Bill Published By The Government
On 13 October 2017, the government published the Parental Bereavement (Pay and Leave) Bill. This will offer two weeks' paid leave to any employed parent who loses a child under the age of 18.
UK
24 Oct 2017
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Court Of Appeal Rules That Gender Segregation At School Amounts To Unlawful Discrimination
In the recent case of HMCI v. The Interim Executive Board of Al-Hijrah School, the Court of Appeal overturned the High Court's finding that a school's complete gender segregation of pupils from year five...
UK
24 Oct 2017
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EAT Finds That ASDA Retail Store Workers Are Comparable To Higher Paid Distribution Workers
The EAT has dismissed an appeal by Asda in its on-going equal pay case involving a claim brought by over 7,000 current and former employees (the majority of which are women).
UK
8 Sep 2017
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GDPR: Time To Start Thinking About The New Rules Coming Into Force From 2018
The EU's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will apply in the UK from 25 May next year. The headline changes include:
UK
8 Sep 2017
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Tribunal Awards £2 For Employer's Refusal Of Unsuitable Companion At Disciplinary Hearing
Mr Gnahoua was a bus driver at Abellio London Ltd (Abellio). He was dismissed for gross misconduct at a disciplinary hearing.
UK
12 Jul 2017
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Can Employees Doing Different Work Bring Their Equal Pay Claims On The Same Claim Form?
In the recent decision of Farmah & ors v. Birmingham City Council & ors, the EAT held that claimants could not bring equal pay claims on the same ET1 form where they were carrying out different work.
UK
4 Jul 2017
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The Irregular Thing About The Gender Pay Regulations…
As reported in our article "It's all change in employment law in April…", private employers with 250 employees or more should have collated their relevant data on the first annual "snapshot date"...
UK
11 May 2017
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Speaking Deliveroo: Whatever Next?
Deliveroo has set out words and phrases that managers should use to describe its riders and their working practices in an attempt to fortify the company's stance that its riders are self-employed...
UK
11 May 2017
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Health And Safety Sentences: Update On The Sentencing Guidelines One Year On
Employers have a general duty to ensure the safety of their employees under section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
UK
3 Mar 2017
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