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The Menopause Taboo: Employers Who Ignore Their Responsibilities Risk Claims
Recent UK media headlines have focused on pioneering private medical treatment being offered to women to postpone the menopause by removing a piece of their ovary by keyhole surgery, freezing it and then regrafting it...
UK
8 Aug 2019
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What Needs To Change To Ensure Women Can Progress In The Workplace?
The gender pay gap and women's progression in the workplace, in general, seems to be an unsolvable puzzle.
UK
1 Aug 2019
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Religion vs Sexual Orientation
NHS Trust did not discriminate when removing Christian NED for speaking out against homosexuality and same-sex couple adoption.
UK
1 Aug 2019
4
No Breach Of Privacy When Employee Dismissed Using Material Found On His Mobile Phone
The Claimant, Mr Garamukanwa, was employed by Solent NHS Trust as a clinical manager.
UK
1 Aug 2019
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Direct Discrimination Due To "Perceived" Disability Of Police Officer
The Claimant, Mrs Coffey, applied to the Wiltshire Constabulary to become a police constable. However, a medical examination revealed that she suffered from some hearing loss.
UK
1 Aug 2019
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A Disabled Employee Could Not Rely On Her Mistaken Belief About What Adjustments Need To Be Made
Ms Wood worked for iforce Ltd, a logistics company, at one of its warehouses packing items at a fixed workbench. She had osteoarthritis, a degenerative condition and a disability, which worsened in damp, cold weather.
UK
3 Jun 2019
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New Acas Guidance On Neurodiversity In The Workplace
Acas has published new guidance on handling neurodiversity in the workplace. Neurodiversity refers to different ways the brain can use and interpret information. This includes attention deficit
UK
20 May 2019
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Disabled Employee Should Have Been Offered A Dedicated Parking Space
The Claimant, Ms Linsley, had ulcerative colitis, which is classified as a disability. The condition can make individuals need to go to the toilet urgently, flare up and be aggravated by stress.
UK
17 May 2019
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Gender Pay Gap Reporting: One In Four Published Reports Show Wider Gap
Around 40% of firms that have published their gender pay gap for the 2019 reporting round so far have reported a widening of the gap compared to 2018
UK
21 Mar 2019
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New Apps Aim To Encourage Workplace Sexual Harassment Victims To Speak Up
The #MeToo movement has spawned a new generation of apps using the latest blockchain technology to assist victims of sexual harassment at work to speak up.
UK
21 Mar 2019
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Tribunal Was Wrong To Find That An Employee Who Was Off Sick For Four Months With PTSD Was Not Disabled
The EAT overturned an employment tribunal's decision that a school had no knowledge of an employee's disability ...
UK
14 Mar 2019
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Basing An Ill Health Early Retirement Pension On Part-Time Salary Was Not Disability Discrimination
The Claimant, Mr Williams, who worked at Swansea University for 13 years, took ill health retirement at age 38 due to disability and became entitled to his accrued pension as well as an enhanced pension
UK
18 Jan 2019
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An Employee Dismissed For Lack Of Appropriate Right To Work Documents Should Have Been Given A Right Of Appeal
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee who was dismissed for failing to provide evidence of his right to work in the UK after his original right to work came to an end should have been given the right to appeal against his dismissal.
UK
15 Aug 2018
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Frequent Sickness Absence Caused By Disability Requires A Lighter Touch
The EAT has given guidance on how an employer should respond to numerous intermittent sickness absences of an employee with a disability.
UK
15 Aug 2018
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Consideration Should Have Been Given To Part-Time Working As An Alternative To Dismissal
The EAT has provided a helpful reminder that employers should give proper consideration to all possible alternatives before dismissing an employee for long-term sickness absence.
UK
15 Aug 2018
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Why Context Matters In Harassment Claims
The EAT has made clear that context is key to the determination of whether conduct amounts to harassment.
UK
19 Jun 2018
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Disability Discrimination And Employers' Knowledge
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.
UK
19 Jun 2018
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Why Employers Can Be Liable For Discrimination Via Their Agents
The Court of Appeal has considered the circumstances in which an employer will be held liable for acts of discrimination committed by their agents.
UK
19 Jun 2018
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