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There has been much reported about this matter which has finally reached a conclusion within the Supreme Court.
The case surrounds Ashers Baking who are a family-owned business with owners who are religious Christians.
A customer and member of LGBT advocacy gr...
The Women and Equalities Commission has produced a new report on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. The main recommendations are as follows:
• A mandatory duty on employers to protect employees from sexual harassment in the workplace, punishable by fin...
In DHL Supply Chain v Fazackerley the EAT held that it was it reasonably practicable for an employee to present a claim for unfair dismissal in time, when bad ACAS advice caused the delay in submission of the form.
The Claimant was dismissed for gross miscond...
Six women have provided testimonials as to what harassment within the workplace looks like with Emma Russell translating these words into striking illustrations.
Taking inspiration for our own artwork and advertising...
The employment tribunal fees introduced by the Government in 2013 were roundly criticised by the Supreme Court which has finally deemed them as unlawful. This means three things:
1. All employees who paid those fees to bring claims in the past are now entitled to refund...
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