Acas has this month published helpful guidance for employers on supporting staff who are going through the menopause.

As Extinction Rebellion encourages more workers to join climate change protests, we consider what employers need to know.

We cover two interesting cases in the EAT. In Raj v Capita Business Services Ltd and another, the EAT considered whether a shoulder rub in the workplace amounted to sex harassment. While Harrison v Aryman Limited concerns the issue of protected termination negotiations and when protection will be lost because of improper conduct.

We also report on a recent employment tribunal case considering whether a Christian doctor had been discriminated against because of his beliefs when he refused to refer to transgender people by their chosen pronoun or title.

And our Question of the Month for October is the topical question of whether charity volunteers and trustees might be protected from detriment as whistleblowers.

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