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Are We Getting Closer To Gender Equality?
With the recent focus on pay gap reporting and the #MeToo campaign, Helen Jenkins reflects on the progress being made, both in Britain and globally Ipsos Mori published a report earlier this year to mark International Women's Day...
UK
20 Jul 2018
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2020 Women On Board Target – FTSE 350 Companies Urged By The Government To Step Up
The target, as set by the Hampton-Alexander Review, is for 33 per cent of FTSE board positions to be held by women by the end of 2020.
UK
16 Jul 2018
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Fawcett Society Sex Discrimination Review – Proposals Relating To Women In The Workplace
On Tuesday the Fawcett Society issued its recommendations resulting from its Sex Discrimination Review. It remains to be seen whether the proposals are implemented.
UK
25 Jan 2018
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Be Careful When Quoting From The Bible …
In the recent decision of Trayhorn v. The Secretary of State for Justice the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that a prison had not indirectly discriminated against a chaplain who was disciplined...
UK
31 Aug 2017
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Add 10 Per Cent To Discrimination Compensation Awards?
From April 2013, as a result of the Court of Appeal case Simmons v. Castle, there was a 10 per cent increase in general damages for non-monetary losses.
UK
17 Jul 2017
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Filtering Rules For Criminal Record Checks: Two Convictions Do Not Always Make A Pattern Of Offending
The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 provides that criminal convictions, cautions, warnings and reprimands in respect of certain offences are deemed to be "spent" after specified periods of time.
UK
19 May 2017
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Multiple Choice Test = Indirect Disability Discrimination
Multiple choice tests are commonplace in recruitment processes and are a relatively easy way for employers to whittle down numbers, especially where there are large numbers of applicants.
UK
12 May 2017
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The European Court Of Justice (ECJ) And The Banning Of Headscarves In The Workplace
Two highly anticipated cases involving the legality of banning headscarves in the workplace were decided by the ECJ this week.
European Union
24 Mar 2017
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Government Response To Call For Better Pregnancy And Maternity Protection
The European Human Rights Commission has found that 6 per cent of women who are "covered" by pregnancy and maternity protection are made redundant and 11 per cent of women returning from maternity leave...
European Union
22 Feb 2017
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New ACAS Guidance On Gender Pay Reporting
With the commencement of the gender pay reporting obligations in April, ACAS have provided helpful a helpful summary (as well as more detailed guidance) on the regulations.
UK
22 Feb 2017
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Revised Draft Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations: Key Points
The government has published the much anticipated revised version of the draft Equality Act (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations. The key points to note are...
UK
21 Dec 2016
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Judges V. Ministry Of Justice And Lord Chancellor
It is not every day that a group of over 200 judges get together to issue proceedings against the Ministry of Justice and the Lord Chancellor, Liz Truss.
UK
7 Dec 2016
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