Category Archives: Sex Discrimination

Update – Equal Pay audits

The Government has now announced that it will proceed with plans to require employers who lose equal pay claims to undertake and publish equal pay audits. A report commissioned by the Government has suggested that there is evidence that, in … Continue reading

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Mitigation of Loss

In the interesting (and perhaps controversial) case of Debique v Ministry of Defence, the EAT has held that a wronged employee was obliged to consider an offer of new employment with the employer with whom she was in dispute. Ms Debique … Continue reading

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Annual Employment Tribunal Statistics published

The Employment Tribunal statistics for 2010/11 show an 8% fall in claims received when compared with 2009/10.  The number of single claims received has fallen 15% and the number of multiple claims has fallen 4%. With regard to compensation, the median … Continue reading

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50 top employment law tips

As from Monday 8th August, I will be publishing 50 Top Employment Law tips on Twitter. Follow me to get the updates – @TomStennerEvans

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Eversheds lose in Sex Discrimination Appeal

In Eversheds Legal Services Ltd v De Belin the EAT has upheld a tribunal’s decision that favouring a woman on maternity leave in a redundancy scoring was sex discrimination against a man in the selection pool. Mr De Belin scored … Continue reading

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