Is the Greek government's regulation imposing the same minimum height requirement to join the police of 170 cm for both men and women unjustifiable indirect discrimination?
The UK Supreme court has ruled on the “gay- cake” discrimination case and was unanimous in their judgement in favour of the Asher bakery’s appeal.
A nightmare disciplinary process with a happy ending
Hearing that disciplinary allegations are unproven can be the best news an employee hears after a period of great stress and anxiety.
Managing a disability caused by depression is a challenge that employers should be ready and prepared for.
The law is ever changing and being updated and for employers knowing the legislation that covers any type of discrimination is crucial.
Rejecting an unsuccessful job applicant should be pretty straightforward, but if it’s done illegally it can be costly.
The changing face of the workplace is looking more mature - but a number of challenges remain for older workers.
Employment news round-up
1,500 companies miss gender pay deadline
More than 1,500 companies have failed to report their gender pay gap figures before Wednesday night's deadline.
On average more than a thousand women a week are forced to quit work as a result of a pregnancy and maternity discrimination, according to a leading charity.