27% of women in lockdown video meetings on behalf of work, were asked to dress more provocatively
On 21st and 22nd July 2020, the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) heard the evidence in Delve and another -v- The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions - this high profile and much-awaited legal appeal case, if won, will rip open the State Pension Age debate.
Employment Tribunals continue to react to Impact of Covid-19. In this article, Director Ashley Hunt explores employment tribunal use of Cloud platforms and video link in cases.
Mental Health Foundation's recent study of people in Lockdown warns of loneliness and stress and the long-term risk for mental health. We look at the employer obligations for employees.
Employee Rachel develops a chronic illness and faces disability discrimination at work
Gideon's a Hedge Fund Manager, working in The City for a large global Hedge Fund management firm in London, he's been dismissed after facing stress in the workplace
On 15 April, Vaishali Thakerar was a speaker at the RICS-organised Covid-19 webinar on the impact of Coronavirus on employment in the workplace.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has lost more Employment Tribunals for disability discrimination claims than any other company in Britain since 2016
Working parents who stay home to care for 'out-of-school' children might not receive fair treatment by an employer. What are your options?
COVID-19 – the potential for discrimination claims against employers
How to Value Discrimination Claims using the updated Vento guidelines
What is Furlough Leave for Employees? Find out here from Lawson-West
How might social distancing affect my job if I still have to work?
An Employment Tribunal held that a worker had been indirectly discriminated against by a temporary work agency due to their ‘no beards’ policy.