The government has conceded defeat over its attempt to alter police pensions in 2015, acknowledging that moving police officers to new police pension schemes, based on their age, is discriminatory.
We look at how the menopause can affect women working in the police sector and some of the initiatives that are being taken to support them.
In Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the tribunal decision that 37 disclosures made by a city worker are not protected disclosures within the meaning of s.43B of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
The government has announced plans to improve wellbeing for frontline police after publishing a review that shows officers to be under huge mental and physical strain.
Tory leadership front runner Boris Johnson has vowed to "fix" the pension rules that have led to NHS consultants finding they are better off if they work fewer hours.
We look at how workplace culture and leadership style are evolving in a police service facing changing challenges.
In Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey, the Court of Appeal upheld the tribunal decision that a police constabulary had directly discriminated against an officer because of its perception that her medical condition could develop into a disability in the future.
In Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland and another v Agnew, the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal refused to limit workers' historic claims for the unlawful exclusion of overtime from holiday pay calculations.
Consultant editor Darren Newman examines the recent Court of Appeal decision that puts paid - for now at least - to the argument that employers that offer enhanced maternity pay must offer the equivalent for employees on shared parental leave.
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