A team of 10 runners from Laytons LLP took on the challenge of Run the River, a major charity event that criss-crosses the Thames.
The conflict between religious attire and employers’ dress codes has proved a fertile area of case law and the Courts are frequently asked to consider whether a ban or restriction on an item of religious dress is discriminatory.
Discrimination is often thought of as one of those ‘easy to spot but difficult to define things’ – you know it when you see it, because, well, you just know.
Despite making progress in closing the gender pay gap in recent years the Government acknowledges much more needs to be done if it is to end the gender pay gap “in a generation.”
The European Court of Human Rights (the “ECHR”) have ruled that an employer had the right to monitor an employee’s Yahoo messenger account which had been set up for professional use
Type 2 Diabetes, is the less serious type, which can be controlled by managing one’s diet, weight and level of physical activity.
As fans of the TV show Top Gear and Jeremy Clarkson may have noticed, in recent weeks, the BBC faced one of the most vexing questions confronted by employers in alleged misconduct scenarios - to suspend or not?