Tag: Pregnancy and maternity discrimination

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (3 June 2019)

The Court of Appeal has ruled that it is not discriminatory to pay men on Shared...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (1 February 2019)

The Supreme Court has ruled that two aspects of the criminal conviction disclosure scheme are unlawful:...

Gender pay gap fund

The government has announced a £1.5m fund to support people back into work, after time out caring,...

What to do when an employee is pregnant

Over a third of employers believe that during the recruitment process it's reasonable to ask women about...

Can better maternity pay fix the gender pay gap?

Holiday babies, post-tenure pregnancies and “May” children. These are some of the labels that get attached to...

Personal experience: shared parental leave.

Amy Sinclair is an employment solicitor, who has returned to work after having had a baby. Here,...

Five things we learned in Employment Law this week (1 December 2017)

The European Court of Justice has found that 'workers' must be able to carry over paid...

How to deal with a pregnancy harassment grievance…

Q: A line manager (Susan) has made negative comments about a pregnant employee (Charlotte), saying she’s useless...

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