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Without prejudice: Exaggerated allegations did not fall within the “unambiguous impropriety” exception to the without prejudice rule

United Kingdom - June 10 2022 The EAT has held that a without prejudice letter which included exaggerated allegations about an employee’s conduct did not fall within the…

Hilary Larter, Zoë Wigan

Sex discrimination: Failure to provide workplace facilities to express breastmilk was sexual harassment

United Kingdom - June 10 2022 An Employment Tribunal has held that failing to provide a private space for an employee to express breastmilk at work, forcing her to express in the…

Hilary Larter, Zoë Wigan

Disability discrimination: Long Covid

United Kingdom - June 10 2022 The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) issued a statement in May confirming that “long Covid” is not among the conditions listed in…

Hilary Larter, Zoë Wigan

Government announces a review of the future of work

United Kingdom - June 10 2022 The long awaited Employment Bill (which had been expected to contain measures in relation to tips, additional rights for zero hours workers and…

Hilary Larter, Zoë Wigan

Exclusivity clauses: Banning exclusivity clauses in employment contracts for low paid workers

United Kingdom - June 10 2022 The Government has confirmed that it will bring in legislation banning employers from including exclusivity clauses in employment contracts for…

Hilary Larter, Zoë Wigan