Employment Law Updates - Page 2

When Can a Non-Disabled Employee Claim Disability Discrimination?

8th January 2018

A recent case before the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered perceived disability discrimination in the context of progressive conditions.Disability is one of the protected characteristics under the Equality Act. A person ...
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New Study on Identifying Leadership Potential

18th December 2017

A recent study at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands has been looking into the verbal and non-verbal indicators of leadership.The study involved filming the interactions of groups of people who had not met before. Each ...
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Adverse Weather Conditions – It’s Snow Joke

13th December 2017

That time of year has arrived when, dressed up like the Michelin Man we scrape the ice off our car windscreens, slide off the drive (with a helping push from the neighbours) and carefully negotiate the slippery roads to work. B ...
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Holiday Pay Decision Could Have Significant Impact on Employers

4th December 2017

In the case of King v The Sash Window Workshop Ltd (SWW) the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has delivered an important decision which is likely to have a significant impact on employers across the UK. In this cas ...
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How Protected is a Protected Conversation.

27th November 2017

A recent decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Graham v Agilitas IT Solutions Ltd, highlights the cautious approach that should be taken by employers when relying on ‘protected conversations’ or the ‘without pr ...
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It's not over 'til it's Uber

14th November 2017

The taxi firm Uber is in the news again, although Uber would argue that it is not a taxi firm but a technology platform facilitating the provision of taxi services.Fine distinctions such as this came under the consideration of the ...
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