A table listing the main Jewish religious and cultural festivals and anniversaries in 2020.
A table listing the main Sikh religious and cultural festivals and anniversaries in 2020.
Almost half of workers believe their age would hold them back when applying for a job - and nearly one in seven think they have been turned down for work due to their age.
A table listing the main Chinese religious and cultural festivals and anniversaries in 2020.
The Government recently issued its response to a consultation on whether caste should be considered a protected characteristic for employment law purposes. Charlotte Allery looks at the implications for employers.
In Saad v Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the primary question, when deciding if an employee acted in bad faith, is whether or not the employee acted honestly in making the discrimination allegation, not the employee's ulterior purpose.
The government has launched a £1m fund aimed at boosting gender, ethnic and social diversity in digital and technology roles.
In X v Y Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an email containing legal advice on how to disguise a discriminatory dismissal as a redundancy is not protected by legal advice privilege and is admissible as evidence in a tribunal.
Employers that ask candidates their current salary are partly to blame for the gender pay gap, according to the Young Women's Trust.
The British Airways worker who won a landmark legal claim for the right to wear a crucifix at work has launched a new employment tribunal claim against her employer.
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