Warehouse staff talking to boss

It is possible to discriminate in a number of ways, but the two which we most commonly encounter, and which continue to present difficulties for employers, are on the grounds of disability and sex – particularly in the context of…


Meeting on shop floor

Reasonable adjustments – employee unfit to return – duty not triggered The EAT has held that an Employment Tribunal was entitled to find that an employer’s duty to make reasonable adjustments was not triggered where a sick employee had not…


We have taken a step away from our usual seminars which generally concentrate upon one specific topic. Instead, on 12 December our employment law seminar we will look at a range of interesting cases which have been decided throughout 2014….


Under the Equality Act 2010, “the Act” all providers of services and accommodation have a duty to not discriminate against a disabled person. A person will be considered to have a disability under the Act if they have a physical…