Employers are urging employers to take a more supportive role on domestic violence.
An 88-year-old secretary is suing the NHS for age discrimination after she was dismissed from her post at the Royal Berkshire Hospital.
The threshold above which employers should be obliged to report their ethnicity pay gap should be 50 employees, according to a survey of accounting professionals.
Updated to include information on the Government's voluntary reporting framework to support employers that want to collect and report data on disability, mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
The Government Equalities Office is to shift its focus to helping women who are economically inactive or are in low-paid or low-skilled jobs achieve a better economic outcome.
Updated to include information on O'Brien v Ministry of Justice, in which the ECJ considered the calculation of pensions for part-time workers.
A large proportion (78%) of over-50s believe that more flexible working hours should be introduced to accommodate older workers and benefit from their wealth of experience.
The UK's technology sector is far behind the FTSE 100 when it comes to diversity among board members a new study has shown.
A woman with a long-term eye condition, who lost her job at a food preparation firm after being asked to peel onions, has won her case for unfair dismissal at an industrial tribunal in Northern Ireland.
A former Co-operative Group HR director has won her claim for equal pay and unfair dismissal against the company, following a three-year legal battle.
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