From anti-slavery statements to zero hours contracts, this webinar guides employers through recent and upcoming changes in employment law.
In this week's podcast, we look at the legal changes that come into force on 1 October 2015, including those relating to: anti-slavery statements; extension of the exemption from wearing a safety helmet for Sikhs; increases to national minimum wage rates; and the new Fit for Work service.
This is a rare example, along with Stone v Ramsay Health Care UK Operations Ltd ET/1400762/11, of an employment tribunal making wide-ranging recommendations to an employer, in this case asking it to provide equal opportunities training for sections of its HR function and senior management.
This is a rare example, along with Crisp v Iceland Foods Ltd ET/1604478/11 & ET/1600000/12, of an employment tribunal making wide-ranging recommendations to an employer, in this case suggesting that it provide training for its managers and HR team on maternity rights.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the employment tribunal was entitled to impose a wide range of recommendations on a school that it found had committed age discrimination, included requiring a review of many of its policies by an HR professional.
This week's case round-up from Eversheds covers racial discrimination and termination on the grounds of ill health.
Hilary Slater, consultant with Cobbetts solicitors, provides a round-up of employment tribunal decisions on discrimination.
In Fasuyi v London Borough of Greenwich, the EAT holds that a tribunal does not invariably make an error of law if, having s.56(1)(c) of the Race Relations Act 1976 ("the RRA") in mind, it does not make a recommendation under that subsection because none is sought by the applicant.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to tribunal recommendations.