When is a person disabled in the legal sense? The law considers that a person has a disability if they have a physical or mental impairment which has... Read more »
The Good Work Plan seems to make good sense.
Following a government commissioned consultation, new parents are to benefit from an increase in legal... Read more »
I am often asked by employees whether it is okay to record meetings with their employer and by employers what they can do when a covert recording... Read more »
The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Page v NHS Trust Development Authority concerning religious belief discrimination highlights the... Read more »
When the Equality and Human Rights Commission recently asked YouGov to conduct a survey about attitudes of employers towards pregnancy discrimination,... Read more »
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Rhian Radia as a Partner & Head of Employment.
Rhian Radia is a UK qualified Solicitor with 19... Read more »
Putting a value on upset, distress and anxiety caused by discrimination in employment has never been a precise science. The so-called Vento bands go... Read more »
A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. In fact any knowledge could be dangerous for an employer with an employee in the workplace who has a... Read more »
Parliament now has to vote on Brexit. How will recent Brexit developments affect your business?
The High Court has ruled that Parliament must now... Read more »
If you employ staff who are entirely or largely field-based, and travel from home to their various assignments each day, without attending a workplace... Read more »