Large employers, including charities, with 250 or more employees are required to publish an annual gender pay gap report. The gender pay gap is a measure of the difference between the average earnings of men and women.
In a recent judgment from the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), it was decided that the Employment Tribunal (ET) were wrong to hold that an employee suffering from menopausal systems was not disabled under the Equality Act 2010.
In a recent case, a charity's recruitment policy, which required applicants to refrain from 'homosexual behaviour', was ruled as discriminatory - but when can charities justify treating individuals differently?
Oxford University enforces a contractual retirement age, requiring employees to retire before their 69th birthday. However, recent discrimination claims have challenged whether this policy is justified or legitimate.
The Government has confirmed that new legislation will be introduced to ensure that all tips go to workers after research revealed that many businesses that add a discretionary service charge onto customer’s bills do not pass them onto staff.
The Home Office has announced plans to issue 5,000 temporary visas to HGV drivers and a further 5,500 for poultry workers to address critical labour shortages in the haulage and food processing industries.