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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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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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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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Know How Update – 19 February 2019
Mancunian Broadcaster, Terry Christian, has controversially stated that if Brexit leads to job losses then "leavers" should be sacked first as he believes that it is the right thing to do morally.
UK
14 Mar 2019
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Government Announces Extensive Employment Law Reform Following Taylor Review
The Government has published the Good Work Plan in its response to the recommendations made by the Taylor Review in 2017.
UK
18 Jan 2019
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Court Of Appeal Holds That Uber Drivers Have Worker Status
The Court of Appeal upheld previous decisions confirming that Uber drivers are workers entitled to the national minimum wage and paid holiday.
UK
18 Jan 2019
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Employee Could Not Be Released From A Non-Compete Clause In Shareholders' Agreement By Settlement Agreement On Termination Of Employment
The Commercial Court held that a settlement agreement between an employer and employee had not discharged the employee from a non-compete clause in a shareholders' agreement to which he was a party.
UK
18 Jan 2019
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Government Will Not Be Improving Rights For Fathers Any Time Soon
The Government has published its response to the Women and Equalities Select Committee's recent report.
UK
15 Aug 2018
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Surveillance Cameras In University Auditorium Violated Professors' Human Rights
A university's decision to install surveillance cameras in student auditoriums amounted to a breach of the human rights to privacy of the two professors who taught in them.
UK
16 Jan 2018
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Morrisons Held Vicariously Liable For Its Employee's Data Protection Breach
Morrisons, the supermarket chain, has been held liable for a disgruntled employee's willful breach of data protection legislation.
UK
16 Jan 2018
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Refusal To Permit A 5-Week Holiday Was Not Religious Discrimination
The refusal of a Catholic employee's 5-week holiday to attend religious festivals was not indirect religious discrimination.
UK
20 Mar 2017
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Gig Economy: Pimlico Plumber Found To Be A Worker
A Pimlico Plumber was held to be a worker despite his contract labelling him as an independent contractor. This gives him a right to be paid holiday and the national minimum wage, amongst other things.
UK
20 Mar 2017
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Southern Rail Fails To Obtain Injunction To Prevent Strike
Southern Rail's parent company has failed in an attempt to obtain an injunction preventing strikes led by ASLEF by relying on breaches of freedom of movement principles under the Treaty for the Functioning of the EU.
UK
6 Feb 2017
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The Gig Economy Before And After Brexit
There has been much talk recently about the precarious situation of many delivery drivers working in companies forming part of the 'gig' economy. Drivers for companies such as Uber, Deliveroo, Amazon...
UK
22 Dec 2016
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