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Stress Awareness Month: Worker Compensation For Stress at Work Claims

April marks the stress awareness month for 2024. With that said, it’s important to address all areas of stress in the workplace. Many work...

£5m Pregnancy Discrimination Claim Had “No Prospect of Success”, Says Tribunal; Greycoat Executive to Pay £225K in Costs

A former senior executive who lost her pregnancy discrimination claim faces costs of £225,000 after an employment tribunal ruling. This follows its decision that...

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...

Inadequate Resources and a Constructive Dismissal Claim Yield £44,000 Settlement for College Lecturer

A City & Islington College lecturer has been awarded more than £44,000 after succeeding in his constructive dismissal claim. The lawsuit followed a series...

Jeremy Hunt Says £100K is Not Enough, So How Else Can Employers Support Working Parents?

In modern times, where juggling work and family responsibilities is increasingly challenging, the call to support working parents hasn’t been more urgent. Recently, Chancellor...

Our Top Employment Law Articles From March 2024

To bring readers up to speed on our most notable employment law articles from March 2024, we've compiled a list below. Scan through our...