The top 5 employment law cases in June

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The top 5 employment law cases in June   June has seen the UK bask in some of the best weather we have experienced in years, with temperatures making the UK feel like a tropical island, but weather aside, June has been full of important employment law cases that have passed through our courts.  … Continue reading

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HR Hot Topic: Sex Discrimination Article

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Sex Discrimination Article   This month we saw the Advertising Standards Agency’s anticipated ban on ‘harmful gender stereotypes’ in adverts, come into force. From the discussions we have listened to on the news and amongst peers and clients, it appears that the reaction to the enforcement is mixed; with some welcoming the change while others… Continue reading

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Managing productivity and engagement within business

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Managing productivity and engagement within business   Staff engagement in key in terms of managing productivity within a business, and several HR key performance indicators (KPIs) can be used to monitor productivity and engagement.   Everyone within business knows about the importance of employee engagement, and focusing on building strong bonds and relationships with employees,… Continue reading

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Disability Discrimination

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Disability Discrimination   As an employer, dealing with employees who have disabilities can present challenges such as the need to consider reasonable adjustments both before a person is employed, during the interview stage and then throughout the employment relationship.   When an employer has to manage disability-related absence – this can be particularly difficult. Employers… Continue reading

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Female police officers win tribunal case for sex discrimination

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Female police officers win tribunal case for sex discrimination   A recent tribunal has ruled that two female officers were treated unfairly during an investigation and stated that it was detrimental to put the pair of officers on restricted duties.   A tribunal has ruled that two female officers were treated unfairly when they were… Continue reading

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