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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...

A Quarter of Female Union Members Sexually Harassed at Events, Especially Ones with Alcohol, ASLEF Survey Finds

A recent internal ASLEF survey has found deeply troubling findings within its ranks. The survey carried out in 2022 reveals that a quarter of...

“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...

British Indian Who Claims She Was Racially Targeted and Compared to Pocohantas Loses Race Discrimination Case Against Deloitte

A British Indian woman who claims that she was racially targeted at a work event loses her case.  Shivali Patel, senior consultant at Deloitte, believes...

Open University Professor Says Sex is Immutable; Wins Case on Gender-Critical Beliefs

A professor at the Open University who believes that sex is immutable has won a case centred on her gender-critical beliefs.  The case provides insight...

Solicitor Suspended After Slapping a Paralegal’s Bottom and Saying She Has “Mountains on her Chest”

A paralegal has succeeded in her workplace harassment claim after experiencing inappropriate touching and comments from an experienced solicitor. Below, we discuss what exactly...