Withdrawal of flexible working arrangements was sex discrimination

An employer discriminated against a female employee by revoking her part-time working agreement.
Solicitors Regulation Authority v Mitchell

Deregulation: discrimination, health and safety and apprenticeships

A Deregulation Bill will take forward reforms to discrimination and health and safety law and create a new regime for apprenticeships.

Auto-enrolment: earnings triggers and thresholds for 2014-15

The DWP has announced the pension auto-enrolment earnings trigger and thresholds to be used in the 2014-15 tax year:

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Thursday, 04 August 2016

Let’s not be colour blind but colour brave

The aftermath of the Brexit referendum gave rise to a chain of racist and xenophobic incidents. The 57% increase in reports of hate crime following the vote reminds us that we must not become complacent in our continued efforts to achieve equality, inclusion and acceptance for all. Ethnicity and colour are among the most uncomfortable subjects for anyone, including those working in diversity and inclusion, to confront. This discomfort, however, should not and cannot allow us to shy away from discussing big subjects that have a profound impact on society at large and our workplaces. 

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