Updated to include information on United First Partners Research v Carreras, in which the Court of Appeal held that an expectation to work late amounted to a provision, criterion or practice.
In United First Partners Research v Nicolas Carreras, the Court of Appeal held that a pattern of repeated requests that an employee work in the evenings, which created a pressure on him to agree, was capable of amounting to a "provision, criterion or practice" (PCP) under the Equality Act 2010.
In Really Easy Car Credit Ltd v Thompson, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) allowed the appeal and held that the employer was not obliged to revisit its decision to dismiss when it became aware that the employee was pregnant.
Frances McDormand called for 'inclusion riders' to become a feature of Hollywood business deals at the Oscars earlier this month. When prominent leaders speak up for diversity and become active role models, everybody benefits, says Dr Simon Hayward of Cirrus.
The head of one of the UK's longest-established business groups has defended the investigation of racism, bullying and sexism allegations against its chair Barbara Judge.
Fashion retailer Next is facing an equal pay claim from more than 300 shop floor staff, which could total £30m.
Accountancy and consulting giant Deloitte has reported figures revealing women at the firm earn 43% less than men on average.
Leigh Day has represented thousands of workers in employment claims they might not otherwise have been able to fight. But how does it balance the risks of doing this with no guarantee of reward?
Carlsberg paid women on average 3.3% more than men in 2017, despite there being an under-representation of women in its more senior roles.
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