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After the event - medical evidence obtained after an ill-health dismissal not relevant to fairness

United Kingdom - July 13 2021 Managing an employee who has persistent short or medium term ill-health absence is difficult for an employer. Dismissing an employee whose attendance…

Jo Broadbent.

Who knew? Women less likely to be able to accommodate certain working patterns

United Kingdom - July 5 2021 An employee will succeed with an indirect sex discrimination claim if she can show that her employer applied a provision, criterion or practice (PCP)…

Stefan Martin.

Spring in the step - Deliveroo riders not workers for trade union recognition

United Kingdom - July 5 2021 Independent trade unions are entitled to apply for compulsory recognition on behalf of workers in a bargaining unit if certain conditions are met. The…

Stefan Martin.

Workforce engagement: A look at emerging best practice

United Kingdom - June 30 2021 The FRC has commissioned research by Royal Holloway, University of London and the Involvement and Participation Association to look at how companies…

Danette Antao, Jo Broadbent, Maegen Morrison, Nicola Evans, Pasan Wijesuriya, Stefan Martin.

Belief that biological sex immutable protected under Equality Act

United Kingdom - June 21 2021 A belief is a philosophical belief for the purposes of the Equality Act if it meets the five conditions established in the case Grainger plc v…

Stefan Martin.