Following the introduction of gender pay gap reporting in April this year, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has published six steps to reducing disparities in pay related to gender, ethnicity and disability.
In two Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) cases, two conflicting decisions were reached on what were very similar facts.
Mr Trayhorn was invited to a disciplinary meeting but went on sick leave, resigning before the disciplinary could run its course.
Unfavourable treatment is an essential element of a disability discrimination claim. The Williams case considered what this actually means.
Hot flushes, insomnia and fatigue are just some of the symptoms. But the report highlights that lower productivity, reduced job satisfaction and problems with time management are all possibly consequences.
Holiday pay calculations continue to cause difficulties for employers, with uncertainty still existing over the question of which elements of workers’ pay should and should not be taken into account.