The law relating to discrimination in the workplace is complex. The Equality Act 2010 sets out the legal framework relating to discrimination and the basis on which acts will be unlawful.
As an employer you have a responsibility to ensure your employees can work freely without feeling vulnerable to, or being subjected to, discrimination. Banner Jones Employment Law solicitors can provide helpful advice to prevent claims for discrimination and are able to offer expert advice on all types of workplace discrimination so that you can concentrate on running your business. As our discrimination law solicitors are continually up to date with the latest on employment law we will keep you informed on the latest changes which could help you avoid making a costly mistake.
Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Your Questions Answered
Over time, the gap between women’s and men’s median hourly earnings has been narrowing. In fact, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) it has fallen by over a quarter among full-time employees in the last decade.
How to calculate holiday pay in 2021: an update on legislative changes
For many businesses, calculating holiday pay is a straight-forward process. Employers are, within the parameters of the law, able to dictate how many annual leave days or hours a staff member is entitled to.
Dementia in the workplace – what are your responsibilities
In a previous article, we looked at the impact of the country’s ageing population on the UK workforce, and the subsequent impact that it was having on employers and businesses large and small.
Positive Action not Positive Discrimination
Discrimination Fact Sheet
See our Discrimination Fact Sheet for essential information on illegal discrimination, exceptions, types of discrimination and how employers should deal with discrimination.