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Mothers' pay lag – statistics only tell part of the story
The report issued by the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows a 33% pay gap between women who have have children, and their male colleagues
Most people would agree that circumstances that create the potential for an increased risk to children in the care of a school
"But I thought you went to Harvard?!"
For some the temptation to embellish their résumé is irresistible and recent data shows it is on the increase.
Holiday Pay - Issues for Pharmacy Owners
Holiday pay will remain a blip on the Human Resources radar this year.
Brexit: Implications for Employers - Employment
The level of political discussion in the workplace is high at present, which is good, but if it becomes heated, it can cause tension.
Brexit: Implications for Employers - Immigration
Regardless of how long it takes to invoke Article 50, a major concern is... What will happen to the right to employ European nationals.
Dismissal due to employer's customer complaining about Islamic headscarf was discriminatory
The Advocate General has given her opinion in the case before the ECJ on whether a ban on wearing a hijab in the workplace is discriminatory
Protected conversations - the EAT rules the existence and content of discussions are not admissible
In July 2013 a new provision, s111A, was inserted into the Employment Rights Act.
Supreme Court holds that mistreatment on the basis of a particular immigration status does not amount to race discrimination
The particular immigration status of an individual can have the effect of perpetuating vulnerability in a working environment.