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Diversity - The Role Of Unconscious Bias
Diversity and inclusion are high on the agenda of many employers, and rightly so. Not only is there an undisputed moral argument for diversity,
UK
20 Aug 2018
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Non-Disclosure Agreements: Ethics And Enforceability
Recent media and parliamentary scrutiny has brought the utility and enforceability of Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) into sharp focus. Recently, a parliamentary inquiry prompted by the Harvey...
UK
20 Aug 2018
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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
In October 2017, reports began to surface about widespread sexual harassment in the entertainment industry.
UK
1 Aug 2018
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Carrie Gracie And BBC Equal Pay Dispute Settles
Mishcon de Reya client Carrie Gracie has announced that her equal pay dispute with the BBC has been settled.
UK
25 Jul 2018
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Under The Microscope: The Gender Pay Gap In The Life Sciences Sector
With the first annual reporting window having closed on 4 April 2018, we look at how the life sciences sector has fared in the first year of mandatory gender pay gap reporting.
UK
18 Jul 2018
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Gender Pay: From Reporting To Action (Video)
The first year of Gender Pay Reporting has coincided with a number of high profile equal pay claims to elevate the discussion on workplace gender diversity to an unprecedented level.
UK
11 Jul 2018
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Bridging The Gap - Reflections On The Gender Pay Regulations
For the first time in history, the spotlight has been shone on the gender pay gap within the UK's biggest employers.
UK
29 Jun 2018
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Worker Status: Pimlico Plumbers Supreme Court Judgment Is Handed Down
The Supreme Court has today handed down its judgment in the long running Pimlico Plumbers worker status case, ruling that Gary Smith was a worker.
UK
18 Jun 2018
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Joanna Blackburn Gives Evidence At Select Committee
Employment Partner Joanna Blackburn appeared in Parliament on 6 June 2018 as a witness for the Women and Equalities Committee.
UK
11 Jun 2018
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Gender Pay Within The Luxury Goods Sector
With the first annual reporting window having closed on 4 April 2018, we look at how the luxury goods sector has fared in the first year of mandatory gender pay gap reporting.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Jennifer Millins In The Sunday Times: "There Is A Long Road Ahead"
Style Gallery, the pop-up shop for emerging luxury brands hosted by Mishcon de Reya and LawfullyChic, will take place on 1 May.
UK
12 Apr 2018
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Gender Pay Gap Means Women Work For Free For 67 Days A Year
The current gender pay gap for full-time and part-time employees stands at 18.4%. This pay gap means that women effectively work for free for the first 67 days of the year, until they begin to get paid on Women's Pay Day today.
UK
6 Apr 2018
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New Policies Needed To 'Tackle Imbalance And Unfairness' In Employment
The article observes a think tank highlighting the barriers younger workers face in employment.
UK
6 Mar 2018
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Equal Pay At The BBC
The BBC is also facing the prospect of lawsuits from female employees who believe they have been paid less than men for doing the same jobs.
UK
1 Mar 2018
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What Will Gender Pay Reporting Reveal About The Property Industry?
Gender pay is making headlines, but why now? From 6 April 2017 employers in the UK with 250 or more employees are required to publish figures on their own website and a dedicated government website, ...
UK
22 Feb 2018
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What's The Deal With The Gender Pay Gap?
Gender pay is making headlines, but why now? From 6 April 2017 employers in the UK with 250 or more employees are required to publish figures on their own website ...
UK
21 Feb 2018
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Gender Pay Gap: ‘The Workplace Is Still Centred Around A Male Pattern Of Working'
A report by the IFS has found that women's hourly wages are, on average, currently around 20% lower than men, despite previous government manifesto commitments aimed at ‘tackling the gender pay gap'.
UK
8 Feb 2018
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World Economic Forum: The Impact Of Technological Change On Women In The Workplace
Last week saw business and political leaders descend on Davos for the annual World Economic Forum. In recent years, the WEF has increased its focus on gender equality in both the world of work and in wider society.
UK
2 Feb 2018
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Women At BBC Criticise Pay Review Over Failure To Identify Gender Bias
A controversial review of on-air pay at the BBC that claimed there was "no evidence" of gender bias in pay decisions has sparked a backlash from women at the corporation.
UK
1 Feb 2018
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The Gender Pay Gap vs The Right To Equal Pay
Carrie Gracie's recent high profile resignation from her role as China editor at the BBC has highlighted once again the issue of inequality of pay between men and women in the UK.
UK
30 Jan 2018
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