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A software executive won £90k for associative discrimination after his employer failed to support him while he cared for his terminally ill wife...

Date created: 29/05/2024

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Male museum worker lost his sex discrimination case against the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum after the tribunal found he treated colleagues differently based on gender...

Date created: 17/05/2024

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A great grandmother was awarded over £24,000 for unfair dismissal after a director told her that her great grandson needed a good slap...

Date created: 17/05/2024

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59% of Further Education Colleges scored less than 50% in a recent Equality analysis of their websites...

Date created: 11/07/2011

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Reacting to the sharp rise in the number of age discrimination claims TAEN The Age and Employment Network, warns that the figure is likely to continue rising...

Date created: 01/07/2011

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A special Spotlight has been launched on the governments Red Tape Challenge website debating the Equality Act 2010. The move has come as a surprise to many who thought the ..

Date created: 09/06/2011

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The government is considering capping awards for discrimination as part of a drive to reduce red tape. The review is part of employment regulation review ..

Date created: 16/05/2011

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Just before diversity practitioners thought the coalition had finished tampering with equality laws, many may be surprised to learn the government is asking whether we should scrap equality laws all together..

Date created: 01/05/2011

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The Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners have called a series of emergency meetings to discuss their challenge to the governments proposed changes ..

Date created: 11/04/2011

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A new study from the Employers Forum on Age revealed that one in six workers feel they have been discriminated against when applying for a job ..

Date created: 04/04/2011

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In a surprise announcement Theresa May Minister for Equalities and Women has commissioned a policy review on the specific equality duties that were due to come into force on April 6th. ..

Date created: 21/03/2011

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With new Single Equality Duties set to kick in from April 2012, the government has launched a consultation on how exemptions may apply in practise on age as a protected characteristic..

Date created: 07/03/2011

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Urgent action is needed to improve recruitment websites to make them accessible and welcoming for all users a report finds..

Date created: 20/02/2011

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