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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 22 Sep 2021

Mandatory COVID-19 vaccines: the legal implications

Discrimination, privacy and duty of care are among the top legal issues to be considered prior to implementing a mandatory vaccination policy in the workplace.
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Browne Jacobson LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Sep 2021

Importance of considering flexible working applications

An Employment Tribunal has awarded an employee almost £185,000 for indirect discrimination following a failure to adequately consider the employee’s…
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Cooney Lees Morgan | New Zealand | 20 Aug 2021

Hard cases make bad law - An assessment of the law in New Zealand relating to employer action against employees for conduct occuring outside of the workplace

Certainty is integral to the functioning of an employment relationship in that both employers and employees need to know the boundaries each of them…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Jul 2021

UK: EAT rules that beliefs can be protected even if offensive to some, but manifesting those beliefs may be unlawful

The EAT has ruled that a philosophical belief will only lose protection under discrimination law if it is the kind of belief akin to espousing Nazism…
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Morton Fraser | United Kingdom | 24 Jun 2021

Employment Tribunal Discrimination Round-up June 2021

A recruitment worker with breast cancer was successful in her claim at an Employment Tribunal ("ET") for harassment against her employer, Textbook…
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DWF LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 16 Jun 2021

Gender-critical views amount to a 'philosophical belief' under the Equality Act

The EAT has held in Forstater v CGD Europe and Ors that 'gender-critical' beliefs, including a belief that biological sex is real and immutable and…
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Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 14 Jun 2021

EAT sets very low bar for beliefs protected by UK equality law

The Forstater - v - CGD Europe gender identity case last week has attracted a great deal of coverage for its conclusion that beliefs that gender is…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Canada, European Union, etc. | 26 May 2021

COVID-related leave: What employers need to know

A look at COVID-related leave requirements for employers in key jurisdictions around the globe, including vaccine leave and protecting vulnerable individuals.
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Hogan Lovells | United Kingdom | 26 Apr 2021

First tribunal guidance on "serious and imminent" danger in context of COVID-19

Under s44 and s100 of the Employment Rights Act, an employee is entitled not to be subjected to a detriment or dismissed because they have: Left or refused to return
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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 8 Apr 2021

Whistleblowing: The public interest test is widely defined

A worker may be protected as a whistle-blower even if public interest only affects one client, and blowing the whistle is not the workers only…
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