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Sex Discrimination Claim Dismissed: London Underground Upholds Saturday Work Policy

A female train driver lost her sex discrimination claim, alleging that the London Underground had discriminated against her by requiring her to work weekends...

“Sign an NDA and I Can Make it Go Away”: Misogyny at Work Report Reveals How NDAs are Used as a Power Move

The music industry faces an unsettling truth laid bare in the recently published "Misogyny at Work Report". This report is part of the UK...

AI-Generated CEO “Andrew” is Proof of the Still Prevalent Gender and Pay Inequality Among CEOs

Previously, it has been heavily documented how there is gender and pay inequality among CEOs. With the growing use of AI, People Managing People...

Lead Practitioner Wins £4k after Company Refuses Sick Pay For Macromastia Surgery and Redundancy Pay

In a recent case, a charity worker was awarded over £4k after she was unfairly dismissed. Apparently, she had no choice but to resign...

British Airways Adopts Non-Gender-Specific Rules for Dress Codes

As of Monday, November 14th, British Airways staff that are required to wear uniforms are now allowed to have piercings and makeup on –...

Pregnant Academic Unfairly Sacked After Being Advised That She Should Buy Second-Hand Baby Clothes.

In a recent case, the Employment Tribunal at Manchester found that a pregnant employee had been unfairly dismissed because of her pregnancy. On hearing...