We predict the key cases for 2018 and assess their likely impact. We explain why employment status will remain in the spotlight, and we discuss the ramifications of the ECJ's recent decision on holiday pay.
Almost a third of black employees believe their careers have been hampered by discrimination, according to new research from the CIPD.
Updated to include details of Jet2.com Ltd v Denby, in which the EAT considered if protection against discrimination for trade union membership extended to involvement in certain trade union activities.
EasyJet has pointed to a dearth in the number of female pilots as the main reason for its huge 52% gender pay gap, which it published this week.
The Court of Appeal has held that the rules on the burden of proof in discrimination claims under the Equality Act 2010 do not differ from the rules under the previous discrimination legislation, and that the initial burden remains on the claimant.
We discuss how organisations have been dealing with the gender pay gap requirements, what the reports should contain and how many have been published.
With less than six months to go before all organisations with 250 or more employees are obliged to report their gender pay gap data, XpertHR asked employers how they were progressing and what issues they were encountering.
Unconscious bias can stop us making the best recruitment and progression decisions at work, but what if some or all of the processes involved were automated? Robert Bolton, partner at the Global HR Centre of Excellence at KPMG in the UK, examines the potential for technology to help employers shake off discrimination.
Anti-bullying Week is a timely reminder for employers to look at the growing risk of cyber bullying at work. David Webb, an employment adviser at Acas, looks at examples and gives tips on what employers can do to prevent it.
Updated to include information on Michalak v General Medical Council and others, in which the Supreme Court held that the employment tribunal had jurisdiction to hear a discrimination claim against the General Medical Council.
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