Just a fortnight after it emerged that Tesco might be facing a £4bn equal pay bill, the supermarket has published a gender pay gap which is better than many commentators had expected.
The Government has commissioned research into whether employers have taken steps to remove barriers to progression for ethnic minorities a year since the McGregor-Smith Review was published.
Supporting older workers to stay in good-quality employment could unlock huge economic potential, according to a report published today.
In Hale v Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the decision to instigate the disciplinary procedure was not a one-off act, but the start of a state of affairs that would continue until the conclusion of the disciplinary process.
Complaints made by lawyers about sexual harassment by their colleagues totalled around one a month last year, according to the solicitors' watchdog.
Six in 10 employers (59%) believe a woman should have to reveal she is pregnant during the recruitment process, according to research published today.
Organisations should be required to publish how much they have paid to settle sexual harassment cases, according to an academic and former lawyer.
Women are less likely to take degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) if they live in countries with higher levels of gender equality, new research has found.
Seven in 10 employers do not include neurodiversity - alternative ways of thinking such as autism, dyslexia and ADHD - in their people management practices.
In Donelien v Liberata UK Ltd, the Court of Appeal held that the employer did not have constructive knowledge of the employee's disability and that it had done all it could "reasonably be expected to have done" to find out about the nature of the employee's health problems.
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