Women working at the House of Commons were subjected to "predatory" contact and treated like "personal servants" by MPs, an independent inquiry has revealed.
Allegations of misconduct that enter the public eye can ruin corporate reputations and mark an end to executive careers. HR faces a tough challenge gaining employees' trust to report misconduct, but technology can help, says Neta Meidav of Vault.
A quarter of gender pay gap reports submitted for the 2018/19 reporting period are non-compliant, according to independent analysis.
Employers may be required to publish their ethnicity pay gap under plans to improve career progression for ethnic minority groups.
In Lee v Ashers Baking Co Ltd and others, the Supreme Court held that a Christian bakery did not commit direct sexual orientation discrimination in the provision of goods and services when it refused to fulfil a cake order with a message in support of same-sex marriage.
The Government consults on the possibility of introducing mandatory ethnicity pay reporting for large employers.
Updated to include information on Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd, in which the Court of Appeal held that the employer was vicariously liable for a managing director's assault of an employee during a drinking session after the work Christmas party.
Updated to include information on the government consultation on ethnicity pay reporting by employers.
Nearly two-thirds (61%) of women would take an organisation's gender pay gap into consideration when looking for a new job, suggesting that those with larger pay gaps could be missing out on talent.
The Christian owners of the Northern Irish bakery in the 'gay cake' case have won their appeal at the Supreme Court.
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