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Category Archives: Discrimination at Work
The Queen’s Speech was delivered on 8 May 2013 and set out the government’s plans to make changes relating to national insurance contributions, immigration, apprenticeships and the employment tribunal’s power to make wider recommendations in discrimination claims under the Equality … Continue reading
The European Court of Human Rights recently made their decision in the cases of Eweida and Chaplin v the United Kingdom (2011) ECHR 738 and Ladelle and McFarlane v The United Kingdom (2011) ECHR 737. Ms Eweida who worked for … Continue reading
Ms Mba worked as a care worker in a children’s home for the London Borough of Merton. She is a Christian and was not rostered to work on Sundays. The Council decided to require her to work Sundays, as it … Continue reading
Some of the key employment law changes are the implementation of parts of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, the increase of unpaid parental leave from 13 weeks to 18 weeks; the introduction of “employee-shareholder” contracts of employment and the … Continue reading
On 12 December 2012 the Supreme Court, in the case of X v Mid Sussex CAB, ruled that laws to protect workers from discrimination do not cover volunteers unless they have a contract or are undergoing vocational training. X was … Continue reading