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The Government is to remove the Employment Tribunal's power to make recommendations to employers that go beyond the specifics of a particular discrimination claim, it has announced. 10 May 2013
An individual can bring a claim against a former employer for victimisation that took place after the employment ended, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has said. 08 May 2013
This guide was last updated in August 2011.
Guidance on how employers should deal with requests made by employees in relation to religion or belief does not create new rights, but rather recommends "good practice" to help employers comply with existing laws, an expert has said. 10 Apr 2013
Enhanced redundancy payments made to workers over the age of 35 were not discriminatory because they reflected the extra problems older workers face when losing their jobs, a tribunal has said. 07 Feb 2013
Everyone has an age and since October 2006, all employees have been able to take legal action against their employer if they believe they have been discriminated against on age grounds. The impact of age laws is likely to be very significant and it is essential for employers to gear themselves up for the challenges the new laws will bring.
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