Tag Archives: Employment Tribunals

Christmas in the Workhouse

I had intended to write a blog warning everyone about the perils of the Christmas Period but it’s too late now, really.  So, from an HR perspective, I hope that your Christmas party passed off without any sexual harassment claims, that … Continue reading

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Let him without sin caste the first stone

No; it’s not a spelling mistake!  The Government is coming under increasing pressure from the UN, and as a result of an ongoing Employment Tribunal case, to add unfair treatment on grounds of caste to the list of  types of … Continue reading

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Age Discrimination – the new Racism?

The number of Age Discrimination Employment Tribunal cases has now overtaken the number of Race discrimination claims, according to Government statistics.  Sex Discrimination claims still remain far and away the most common kinds of Discrimination case to be taken to Tribunal, … Continue reading

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