The charity Save the Children is being investigated by the Charity Commission over how it handled allegations of misconduct and harassment against senior staff members.
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.
Updated to include information on United First Partners Research v Carreras, in which the Court of Appeal held that an expectation to work late amounted to a provision, criterion or practice.
Updated to include information on two EAT decisions considering whether or not similar changes to pensions schemes for firefighters and judges were justified.
Complaints made by lawyers about sexual harassment by their colleagues totalled around one a month last year, according to the solicitors' watchdog.
Organisations should be required to publish how much they have paid to settle sexual harassment cases, according to an academic and former lawyer.
MPs have launched an inquiry into workplace sexual harassment to discover how employers and the Government could better protect staff.
Consultant editor Darren Newman looks at amendments to "cut red tape" made to the Equality Act by the previous coalition Government - which, in light of the harassment and inequality issues now being exposed on a regular basis, seem particularly ill advised and outdated.
The law should be strengthened to protect women from sexual harassment by third parties, as well as colleagues, a gender equality charity has recommended.
There is a school of thought that new forms of digital technology have driven a new wave of sexual harassment in the workplace.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to bullying and harassment.