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In a recent landmark European ruling, it has been held that obesity in some instances will be considered a disability and therefore subject to disability discrimination law. This case has significant ramifications for employers. If obesity may be considered
a disability then employers in some circumstances will need to make appropriate adjustments for such staff.
Sarah Rushton, an employment partner at Moon Beever considers the decision in news analysis: CJEU clear that obesity can be a disability.
In November last year, employers were requested to include regular overtime in holiday pay calculations; concern has mounted about the risk to employers facing significant back-dated claims. To restore business confidence the Government announced
in December that it would make changes to the Employment Rights Act to limit backdated claims to a maximum of two years. For background on the ruling, see news analysis:
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