Ramos v Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd & Another

Hello and welcome back to our case of the week. Last week, we looked at an unfair dismissal case where the judge ordered the Claimant to be reinstated and awarded £22 000 in compensation after a prank gone wrong. This week, we look at the case of Ramos v Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd & Another. The [...]

Kaur v Sun Mark Ltd and Others

Claimant Who Destroyed Evidence Before Damages Hearing Gets Her Claim Struck Out In the case of Kaur v Sun Mark Ltd and others, the Claimant had successfully shown the Employment Tribunal (ET) that she was a victim of sexual harassment, discrimination, and victimisation.  Following an appeal by the Respondent on the Victimisation claim, the Respondent [...]

Atif v Dolce & Gabbana UK Ltd

Hello again and welcome back to another case of the week.  For those who missed last week’s case on disability discrimination and whistleblowing can click here. This week, we look at the case of Atif v Dolce & Gabbana UK Ltd regarding a claim of race discrimination. The Claimant, Ms Atif worked at the well-known [...]

Hall v Transport for London

Welcome everyone and thank you for joining us for another case of the week. Last week, we examined a claim for constructive unfair dismissal. For anyone that missed it, you can find that here. This week, we look at the case of Hall v Transport for London. The Claimant was employed by the Respondent as [...]

Miller V Rentokil Initial UK Limited

Good morning all and thank you for joining us for our case of the week. For those that missed out on last week's update, which involved pregnancy discrimination, you can find that here. This week, we are examining a disability and reasonable adjustments claim in the case of Miller v Rentokil Initial UK Ltd. The [...]

Omooba v Michael Garret Associates

Hello everyone and thank you for joining us for another case of the week update. For everyone that missed our last update about a whistleblowing claim, you can find that here. This week, we are looking at whether a Christian actress can be fairly dismissed from a lesbian role in the case of Omooba v [...]

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Employment Tribunals have alleged there were more than 100 neurodiversity discrimination claims in 2022 that cited dyslexia, autism, ADHD, dyspraxia, and Asperger’s. Neurodiversity describes the different ways people’s brains process information. Workplace disputes can arise when neurodivergent employees feel their performance or behaviour is being rated unfairly for reasons relating to their condition. If an [...]

By |2024-03-01T09:00:49+00:00March 1st, 2024|Discrimination|0 Comments

Glasson v The Insolvency Service

This week we ask the question - does not providing extra time in an interview for an employee with a stammer amount to disability discrimination? For those that missed our last update where we looked at a significant case on whether anti-Zionist beliefs amounted to a protected belief, you can catch up here. This week's [...]

Do anti-Zionist beliefs qualify as philosophical beliefs that qualify for protection under the Equality Act 2010?

University of Bristol  v  Professor David Millar Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week. Last week we looked at a race discrimination claim in the case of Dr Nicholas Jones v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. Those that missed it can find it here. This week we're looking [...]

Dr Nicholas Jones v The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

Welcome back to another case of the week.  Last week our newsletter covered a professor who suffered victimisation, harassment and direct discrimination for expressing her views at a Women’s Place UK talk, mass redundancy at Port Talbot and DPD learning that it’s not just disgruntled employees that can be disloyal when its own AI chatbot stated [...]

Mental Health on the Rise

A forecast by the Department for Work and Pensions has estimated that an additional two million people will claim disability benefit due to their mental health this year compared to 2023. The forecast comes with an estimate that over £10 billion will need to be spent to keep up with the increasing demand by 2028. [...]

By |2024-01-26T09:09:11+00:00January 26th, 2024|Disability Discrimination|0 Comments

Ms Nikki Gray v Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week. Last week we looked at a case that made the national news because of an offensive word being used during a racism awareness training session that resulted in dismissal. Those that missed it can find it here. This week we're looking at a disability [...]

Carl Borg-Neal v Lloyds Banking Group PLC

Last week, we looked at an agent who was awarded over £1.5million for a whistleblower claim! For those of you that missed last week’s update, you can find it here. This week we look at a case that made the national news which asks the question; is saying the ‘N’- word during a racism awareness training [...]

Aviva – over correction?

On 13 December a Parliamentary Committee was held on 'champions of female representation in financial services to give evidence on Sexism in the City', which saw Amanda Blanc, Aviva's CEO, give statements to the committee tasked with identifying gender pay gaps and what progress needs to be made in the Financial Services industry. In a [...]

By |2023-12-22T09:25:29+00:00December 22nd, 2023|Employer Discrimination, Gender Pay Gap|0 Comments