The Equal Opportunities Review's annual report on discrimination awards is out and makes for very interesting reading.
In the May 2011 edition of our e-bulletin we reported on the case of Eversheds Legal Services v De Belin in which it was held that a male employee
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 ("ERRA") was published on 2 May 2013 and contains the commencement dates for various changes it will
Recently the media reported the story of Paris Brown, the former youth police and crime commissioner for Kent, who was forced to resign from her post
A recent decision from the Employment Appeals Tribunal has considered whether requiring a Christian to work on a Sunday amounted to indirect
As has been widely reported in the media, the European Court of Human Rights ("ECtHR") issued its judgement yesterday in Eweida and others v UK
The Equal Opportunities Review’s excellent survey on discrimination compensation awards has just been published for awards in 2011 and is based on research of cases at the Bury St Edmunds Employment Tribunal along with cases sent to the EOR by individual lawyers.
Mr Seldon had been an equity partner in a law firm since 1972.
It is well-established that discrimination law applies to the job application process as well as in the course of employment, but does an unsuccessful job applicant who meets the advertised criteria for a role have a right to access information about the successful candidate in order to show that discrimination took place?
Regular readers of this blog will be well aware that as of 6 April, the qualifying period for unfair dismissal will increase from one year to two for all employees starting on or after that date.