The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld an employment tribunal decision that the claimant's assertion that his beliefs required him to take a block of five weeks' leave to attend religious festivals was not genuine.
The Court of Appeal has ruled that police forces' use of Regulation A19, which required police officers with more than 30 years' pensionable service to retire, did not amount to age discrimination.
The Government has pledged to ensure that pregnant women and new mothers are sufficiently protected from redundancy.
We discuss common assumptions about millennial employees and provide guidance on managing an intergenerational workforce.
Employers that enforce sexist dress codes could be in line for stricter punishment and fines, if the Government follows recommendations set out in a new report.
CCTV used to require installation by specialist security engineers, but modern small-scale camera systems can now be rigged up by almost anyone. Pam Loch, managing partner of Loch Employment Law, looks at the legal implications of surveillance cameras in the workplace.
Updated to include information on trends in employing individuals with disabilities.
An employment tribunal has ruled that the Government discriminated against more than 200 judges when it implemented the transitional provisions for the new judicial pension scheme.
This employment tribunal held, in White v Propharma Group MIS Ltd, that the employer had not indirectly discriminated against a female employee by requiring her to remove potential interruptions while working at home by arranging childcare.
Firefighters have challenged the Government and fire service employers on the introduction of the 2015 Firefighters' Pension Scheme at an employment tribunal hearing that began week beginning 9 January.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to equality and human rights.