Updated to reflect the increase in the cap on a week's pay for the purposes of calculating redundancy pay, in force on 6 April 2018.
Employing people with mental or physical disabilities could have huge benefits for business, writes Teresa Scott OBE, founder of Kennedy Scott.
Private and voluntary sector companies with more than 250 employees have until midnight tonight to submit details of their gender pay gap.
Nine out of 10 public sector organisations paid men more than women in 2017, figures have revealed, as the deadline for public sector bodies to disclose their gender pay gap passed on 30 March.
In Lofty v Hamis t/a First Cafe, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, when determining whether or not a condition amounts to a disability under the Equality Act 2010, there is no distinction between different cancerous conditions or different stages of cancer.
A recent CIPD report found that almost three-quarters of employers' policies ignore neurodiversity. But given that around 10% of the population is neurodivergent in some way, can organisations afford to miss out on this important pool of talent?
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has recommended that the Government places a legal duty on employers to take effective steps to prevent sexual harassment, and suggested an increase in the level of compensation for victims where this duty has been breached.
With 10 days to go until the gender pay gap reporting deadline, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has warned that employers could face unlimited fines if they fail to publish their data.
While great progress has been made with tackling racism in recent decades, Professor Binna Kandola argues that it lives on in the workplace in less overt and more nuanced forms. Ashleigh Wight reports.
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