Employment and Pensions Law (25 June - 9 July)

Employment News One in five LGBT people still aren’t ‘out’ at work, according to national survey People Management – 4 July According to a recent survey of LGBT employees, 19% of respondents have not... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (11 June - 25 June)

Feature of the Fortnight According to the Professional Adviser, 12,000 people have now signed a petition to reverse the government’s plans to raise the state pension retirement age (SPA) to 68... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (28 May - 11 June)

Employment News New bill could force large companies to divulge parental leave policies People Management – 7 June A private members’ bill has been presented in parliament, which would require... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (14 May - 28 May)

Employment News Trainee pay slump followed scrapping of minimum wage The Law Society Gazette – 24 May The Solicitors Regulation Authority has published an impact assessment, revealing that abolishing... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (23 April - 7 May)

Employment News Failing to enhance shared parental pay may be indirectly discriminatory, finds EAT People Management – 2 May People Management discuss the case of Hextall v Chief Constable of... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (9 April - 23 April)

Employment Law Supreme Court rules employees can claim damages for a symptomless condition Latham & Watkins LLP – 16 April Latham and Watkins LLP discuss the Supreme Court decision in Dryden and... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (26 March - 9 April)

Employment News Gender pay reporting deadline closes with largest gap at 85.2 per cent People Management – 5 April The deadline for publishing companies gender pay gap has closed, with over 10,000... Read more

Employment and Pensions Law (12 - 26 March)

Employment News Gender pay gap soars after City giant breaks ranks to include partners The Law Society Gazette – 23 March Norton Rose Fulbright has released its gender pay gap figures, and is the... Read more

The BBC, Equal Pay, the Gender Gap and Transparency

Equal pay is a hot topic. This is partly because of gender pay gap information from a number of well-known companies, but the main impetus has come from the disclosures by the BBC about the pay of... Read more

Q&A with John-Paul Waite

Bloomsbury Professional catch up with barrister and employment law author, John-Paul Waite. Read more

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