Perception discrimination is where an employer discriminates against an employee because they think the employee has a protected characteristic, such as a disability.
There is a lot in the media about these binding ‘gagging clauses’. Settlement agreements are often used to resolve disputes between employer and employee.
The holiday season is upon us and the next instalment of ‘How to Calculate Holiday Pay’ continues with Flowers v East of England Ambulance Trust saga that arrived from the Court of Appeal.
Whilst this headline grabbed our attention yesterday, we were less surprised at the events that led to the contractor from Manchester being fined £20,000.
Whilst we no longer promote the idea that one asbestos fibre could kill you and recognise that this represents the fact that we do not know how much asbestos is required to cause mesothelioma, it is still accepted that the more fibres you breathe in the greater the risks to your health.
Is employee monitoring by artificial intelligence (AI) the way to boost productivity? Some UK businesses are using an AI package called Isaak to monitor employees at work
Section 1 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 requires employers to provide employees with a written statement of their terms of employment within two months of starting work.
The Working Time Regulations 1998 stem from European law, the Working Time Directive
Discrimination arising from disability happens when an employer treats an employee unfavourably because of something that arises because of their disability (and which cannot be objectively justified)
Proselytising is where someone preaches about religion with a view to converting other people to that religion.