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In the case of Palmer vs AIMS Markets Limited, Mr Palmer applied for a role as a senior HR professional but was unsuccessful following alleged comments from the prospective employer that they wished to recruit ‘fewer white men’. Whilst he was unsuccessful in his discrimination claims, the employment tribunal decided

Mid last year, the Government passed draft legislation that will increase financial penalties for businesses that are found to be employing illegal workers.  Under the draft ‘Immigration (Employment of Adults Subject to Immigration Control) (Maximum Penalty) (Amendment) Order 2023’, it sets out that the fine will increase from £15,000 to

Currently, individuals on maternity leave, adoption leave, or shared parental leave should be given first refusal of any suitable alternative employment available if they have been put at risk of redundancy. New laws will extend this protection. The legislation is in draft form and subject to change, however key features

New Regulations brought the Carers Leave Act 2023 into force at the beginning of December, however further Regulations are required to set out further detail of this right for employees and how employers should manage it. These are currently in draft, however it has been confirmed that they will come

In this article we provide an employment law timeline, and include details of proposed developments that businesses need to be aware of in the months ahead. Confirmed New Employment Legislation – in order of commencement date Expected late 2023 – The Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Act 2023 The Strikes (Minimum

In the case of Dwight Pile-Grey vs Ministry of Defence, Mr Pile-Grey has successfully claimed direct race discrimination, harassment and victimisation against the Ministry of Defence (MoD) after his 16-year career in the Army. Following a dispute with white soldiers who doubted his identity as a soldier, culminating in accusations

Last month, the Government announced how it will legislate reforms to both the Working Time Regulations (WTR) and the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006.  This follows recent public consultations in which the government sought views on matters such as the management of annual leave entitlement and pay,

Today, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has set out his autumn statement, which includes several significant announcements relating to employment and business: There will be an increase to the statutory minimum wage rates from April 2024: a.  The national living wage (NLW – the rate for workers aged 21 and

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