The new employment bill, affirmed by the Queen during the state opening of parliament, is set to take effect over the next coming months. The bill is proposed to make things easier within the workplace and enhance much needed protection for women and those in need of flexible working solutions.
BBC Newswatch presenter Samira Ahmed wins her equal pay case against the BBC
Sejal Patel explains ethical veganism and a recent case in the headlines
The equality discrimination case of 69 year old Oxford Professor Paul Ewart
With the General Election less than 10 days away, we’ve put the parties’ policies on employment law into one simple and easy-to-read article.
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Competing Protected Characteristics - transgender reassignment and the law - and what it means for employers and employees
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Lawyer Carrie-Ann interviewed on BBC Leicester Radio about Endometriosis
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Carrie-Ann Randall adds to the debate on Endometriosis