Improving workforce diversity is high on the agenda for most organisations. The 2018/19 gender pay gap reports have been published and most employers have similar gaps to last year (and, in some cases, increases). While employers may not have had a chance to put in place any action plans before the latest set of reports, … Continue reading Positive action or discrimination? A fine line
In Timis v Osipov  EWCA Civ 2321, the Court of Appeal confirmed that employees who have been dismissed for making a protected disclosure can bring a claim against an individual co-worker for the detriment of dismissal, and a claim for vicarious liability against the employer, in addition to an unfair dismissal claim. While it … Continue reading Whistleblowing: where are we after Osipov?
In June 2017, the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s (EAT) decision in the University of Sunderland v Drossou EAT/0341/16 changed the established practice regarding how Employment Tribunals (ETs) approach the calculation of a week’s pay for compensation purposes. Prior to Drossou, the convention was that a week’s pay under the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996) did … Continue reading Employer’s pension contributions and a week’s pay