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Oxbridge can force old professors to retire in order to boost diversity, tribunal ruling suggests

Oxbridge can force old professors to retire in order to boost diversity, tribunal ruling suggests | Employment law | Scoop.it
Oxford and Cambridge universities can force old professors to retire in order to boost diversity, a tribunal ruling suggests.
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Ms N Brown v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd: 3300410/2017

Ms N Brown v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd: 3300410/2017 | Employment law | Scoop.it
Employment Tribunal decision.
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Probation officer accused of ‘aggressively abusive’ relationship with offender wins £60,000 for unfair dismissal

Probation officer accused of ‘aggressively abusive’ relationship with offender wins £60,000 for unfair dismissal | Employment law | Scoop.it
Investigation into claims against case manager was insufficient, court rules
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Bullying and sexual harassment rife among lawyers, global survey finds | Law | The Guardian

Bullying and sexual harassment rife among lawyers, global survey finds | Law | The Guardian | Employment law | Scoop.it
UK levels above international average as report says incidents are chronically underreported
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FCA steps up inquiries into alleged rape of UBS trainee

FCA steps up inquiries into alleged rape of UBS trainee | Employment law | Scoop.it
Financial watchdog weighs formal probe into accused senior bank official
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Nurse Sarah Kuteh who preached to Darent Valley Hospital patients was sacked fairly, rules appeal court

Nurse Sarah Kuteh who preached to Darent Valley Hospital patients was sacked fairly, rules appeal court | Employment law | Scoop.it
Sarah Kuteh preached to patients and encouraged one to sing a psalm in scenes described as "like a Monty Python skit".
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Sacked receptionist awarded £4,700 over unfair dismissal during pregnancy | News

Sacked receptionist awarded £4,700 over unfair dismissal during pregnancy | News | Employment law | Scoop.it
Firm discriminated against employee weeks before it was shut down by the SRA.
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Full-time judges needed to clear tribunal backlog | The Times

Full-time judges needed to clear tribunal backlog | The Times | Employment law | Scoop.it
Fees spent on part-time judges have leapt to more than £6.6 million to deal with a backlog of employment cases.The Ministry of Justice said that it spent £6,616,525 on part time employment tribunal judges in 2017-18, up by 71 per cent on the previous year as recruitment of full-time judges has lagge
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Asda "wasting money" after latest pay dispute appeal dismissed

Asda "wasting money" after latest pay dispute appeal dismissed | Employment law | Scoop.it
Asda has been told to “stop chasing a lost cause” for its employees by representatives and GMB after it lost its latest appeal against a pay dispute. 
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Aggrieved staff gagged after agreeing Acas settlement | Scotland | The Sunday Times

Aggrieved staff gagged after agreeing Acas settlement | Scotland | The Sunday Times | Employment law | Scoop.it
More than 22,000 cases of alleged mistreatment of staff by employers have been raised in the past three years, according to new Scottish figures.The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) said it was aware of more than 7,000 cases in 2018/19. Of these, 2,725 grievances were resolved
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Appeal court hears parental pay discrimination claims

Appeal court hears parental pay discrimination claims | Employment law | Scoop.it
The Court of Appeal has heard two cases that consider whether it is discriminatory for employers to enhance maternity pay but not shared parental pay
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NatWest hands female worker £150,000 compensation after equal pay row - Mirror Online

NatWest hands female worker £150,000 compensation after equal pay row - Mirror Online | Employment law | Scoop.it

The bank tried to get the employee to sign gagging order after she raised her concerns with senior managers - in one case she was even handed a £300 pay rise compared to £3,000 for her male colleague
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Teacher who moved 300 miles for new job wins £7,000 damages after school sacked him | Daily

Teacher who moved 300 miles for new job wins £7,000 damages after school sacked him | Daily | Employment law | Scoop.it
Robert Burke (pictured) moved from Oldham in Greater Manchester to work at a primary school in Aberdeen, and had been offered a relocation package of up to £8,000.
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Analyst with autism wins discrimination claim after being ‘overwhelmed’ by office environment

Analyst with autism wins discrimination claim after being ‘overwhelmed’ by office environment | Employment law | Scoop.it
Tribunal rules energy giant used capability procedure to ‘rid itself’ of disabled employee
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Miss P Loughlin v Broadgate Voice and Data Ltd: 3202133/2018

Miss P Loughlin v Broadgate Voice and Data Ltd: 3202133/2018 | Employment law | Scoop.it
Employment Tribunal decision.
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Gay adoption row magistrate appeals against dismissal

Gay adoption row magistrate appeals against dismissal | Employment law | Scoop.it
Richard Page, who opposed a same-sex adoption, claims he has been discriminated against as a Christian.
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Tribunal orders injury to feelings award for employee who was asked to keep her sexuality a secret - Lexology

Tribunal orders injury to feelings award for employee who was asked to keep her sexuality a secret - Lexology | Employment law | Scoop.it
Last month, an Employment Tribunal ordered an employer to pay a former employee the sum of £8,000 (plus interest), in the form of an injury to…
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Times editor tells tribunal there is no anti-trans bias in newspaper

Times editor tells tribunal there is no anti-trans bias in newspaper | Employment law | Scoop.it
Press Gazette has been reporting on British journalism without fear or favour since 1965. Our mission is to provide a news and information service which helps the UK journalism.
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Woman wins sexual harassment claim against 'inappropriate' boss of Milton Keynes company - Milton Keynes Citizen

Woman wins sexual harassment claim against 'inappropriate' boss of Milton Keynes company - Milton Keynes Citizen | Employment law | Scoop.it
A female sales manager has won a legal claim for sexual harassment by the boss of a Milton Keynes firm after he allegedly wanted her to sleep with him.
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Sexual orientation discrimination could be inferred from flawed investigation and disciplinary process - Lexology

Sexual orientation discrimination could be inferred from flawed investigation and disciplinary process - Lexology | Employment law | Scoop.it
In The Governing Body of Tywyn Primary School v Aplin, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (the EAT) held that a gay headteacher was entitled to resign…
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Monocle intern claims victory and £2,000 after title admits underpaying her

Monocle intern claims victory and £2,000 after title admits underpaying her | Employment law | Scoop.it
Press Gazette has been reporting on British journalism without fear or favour since 1965. Our mission is to provide a news and information service which helps the UK journalism.
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DPD whistleblower 'sacked' after lifting lid on 'illegal hours' culture at parcel firm - Daily Record

DPD whistleblower 'sacked' after lifting lid on 'illegal hours' culture at parcel firm - Daily Record | Employment law | Scoop.it
Motherwell dad-of-two Owen Brown says he's lost his job after claiming he and fellow drivers would regularly work more than 11 hours a day, with some working 15 hours a day..
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Closed firm to pay employee after texting him not to come in | News

Closed firm to pay employee after texting him not to come in | News | Employment law | Scoop.it
Employment tribunal makes maximum award to former worker at Lancashire firm.
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