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Direct Sex Discrimination Not To Pay A Male Employee Enhanced Shared Parental Pay On The Same Basis As Enhanced Maternity Pay
Capita had a number of policies in place relating to pay during periods of maternity and parental leave. Female employees taking maternity leave were entitled to 14 weeks of basic pay followed by...
UK
3 Oct 2017
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European Labour & Employment Law Update I November 2016
Necessary conditions for any such secondment are the continuation of the original employment agreement and that the secondment is for a fixed term.
European Union
14 Nov 2016
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The Removal Of The Distinction Between Blue And White Collar
Belgium is one of the last European countries where a distinction is made between blue and white collar workers.
Belgium
11 Dec 2013
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Pension-Related Reduction In Redundancy Compensation Provided By A Social Plan: Discrimination On Grounds Of Disability But No Age Discrimination
Pursuant to a decision of the European Court of Justice in a preliminary ruling upon reference of the labor court Munich, a formula in a social plan which reduces the redundancy pay for employees who are close to qualifying for statutory retirement pensions, including early pensions with reductions, does not constitute age discrimination.
United States
12 Jun 2013
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A Blessing For Employers? The European Court Of Human Rights Says When It Is Proportionate To Interfere With The Right To Freedom Of Thought, Conscience And Religion
On January 15, 2013, the Strasbourg Court issued its decision in the case of Eweida and Others v. The United Kingdom.
United States
12 Jun 2013
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