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Five things we learnt in employment law this week (29 June...

A Tribunal has found that a museum was discriminatory when it made an employee redundant, and withdrew her application for a new role,...

Podcast: Five Things – February 2018

Welcome to our first podcast! In this inaugural episode, James Rhodes, Partner at DAC Beachcroft, takes a more detailed look at some of the cases, which...

Case law summary: third party liability – from Bernard Manning to...

Third party liability has been thrown into the spotlight this week, in the wake of the Presidents Club scandal. Here, Paul McFarlane, a partner...

‘A case about humour at work that has gone wrong’

Reed v CF Fertilisers UK Limited is an employment tribunal case which the judge described in the introduction as “a case about humour at...

BBC pay reveals stark gender pay gap, as only a third...

As the salaries of the highest earners at the BBC are revealed (surely no surprise that Gary Lineker and Chris Evans are BBC’s top...

Protected characteristics and unconscious bias: the do’s and don’ts of interviews

The independent McGregor-Smith Review, published earlier this year, looked at issues affecting black and minority ethnic (BME) groups in the workplace, identifying discrimination and...

Employment Law Update: Dress Codes

Here, Marc Long and Nicole Adams of Clarke Willmott LLP, examine the latest issues concerning dress codes and how employers can best respond to...

Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Five things employers need to know

With new gender pay gap reporting obligations set to come into force next month, employers are turning their attention to how they will comply...

Belfast ‘gay cake’ case cannot be referred to the Supreme Court,...

The so-called Belfast “gay cake” case will not go to the UK supreme court. The bid by Northern Ireland attorney general to get the...