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An employment tribunal ruled that former council worker had suffered disability discrimination and harassment, and awarded her one of the highest awards in damages...

Date created: 02/04/2024

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Lab assistant wins discrimination claim after manager compared him to a radicalized murderer. Settlement reached with former employer Micropathology...

Date created: 16/04/2024

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Ageism claim victorious as 71-year-old teacher wins against dismissal. Judge rules headteacher's remark as discriminatory, highlighting unfair treatment...

Date created: 14/03/2024

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Irwin's Bakery faces £75k payout as 62-year-old sales manager wins ageism case...

Date created: 31/01/2024

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The Ministry of Justice's job advertisement promoting prison staff, which depicted a white prison officer conversing with a black male prisoner and included text reading 'Become a Prison Officer. One career, many roles,' has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for reinforcing a negative ethnic stereotype portraying black men as criminals...

Date created: 12/05/2023

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Discover how 'fake' flexible working hours and out-of-hours work are hampering the careers of working mothers, as revealed by a survey of over 2,000 respondents...

Date created: 05/04/2023

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Former Crossrail worker claims he was blacklisted and fired after raising health and safety concerns. ..

Date created: 31/03/2023

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At a recent employment tribunal, a senior nurse based in the north of England has won her claim for race discrimination...

Date created: 02/03/2023

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After refusing flexible working after her maternity leave, a woman who previously lost her claim for indirect sex discrimination has now had the decision overturned at her appeal...

Date created: 07/02/2023

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A recent study has suggested that many chefs still regard pain as a ‘medal of honour’ with extreme suffering recognised as commonplace in many high-end kitchens. ..

Date created: 26/01/2023

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An employment tribunal ruled that it was correct procedure to dismiss an employee who sent ‘stalkery’ messages to younger female colleagues when working at His Majesty’s Passport Office...

Date created: 16/01/2023

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After a private hospital in North London ignored the occupational health reports, a hospital administration clerk has been awarded nearly £75,000 by an employment tribunal. The hospital was also found to have failed to make reasonable adjustments to alleviate the claimant’s back pain...

Date created: 30/12/2022

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A survey carried out by Thomson Reuters shows that in the UK more female lawyers than men are likely to resign from their jobs because of dissatisfaction with their employers. At least 36% of female lawyers will leave their firms over the next two years...

Date created: 15/12/2022

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November 20th marked Equal Pay Day 2022. This is the annual campaign led by the gender equality charity Fawcett Society and is in place to mark the day in the year when women on average effectively stop earning relative to men. It is, however, very clear that urgent change is still needed to achieve this in real working conditions...

Date created: 02/12/2022

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