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A requirement that a cohabiting partner 'opt in' to be entitled to a survivor's pension, while granting the same benefits to a surviving spouse automatically, was discriminatory, the UK's highest court has ruled. 10 Feb 2017
Businesses must ensure that recruiting managers are properly trained on impartial recruitment techniques, as well as relevant aspects of employment law, an expert has said, after the BBC found evidence that candidates with Islamic-sounding names were less... 07 Feb 2017
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The introduction of employment tribunal fees has "dramatically changed" the way in which workplace disputes are resolved, a government review has shown. 03 Feb 2017
The UK government has published official guidance intended to assist those large businesses preparing to report on their gender pay gaps for the first time. 31 Jan 2017
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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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