Members of BPE Staff, led by Senior Associate Anna Wood, have collected essential items for homeless people in need this winter in support of Gloucestershire charity, Emmaus.
In deciding whether an employer could defend a discrimination claim the Employment Appeal Tribunal (the EAT) held that the employer’s actions, not their policies, are what should be taken into account by the Tribunal.Read More
An Employment Tribunal has recently ruled that an employer’s failure to pay enhanced shared parental pay to a father, at the same rate as the mother’s company’s enhanced maternity pay, amounted to indirect sex discrimination.Read More
In most cases, it is clear when a dismissal has taken place, as employers tend to communicate this quite clearly to their employees. However, what about a situation where an agency employer fails to find further work for an employee? In that situation, could the employee treat themselves as dismissed and bring a claim for unfair dismissal? A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) case explored these questions.Read More
In this article Steve Conlay looks at the recent Employment Tribunal case involving Uber and the ramifications for UK employers.Read More