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Employment weekly highlights—7 December 2017

Employment weekly highlights—7 December 2017
Published on: 07 December 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Employment weekly highlights—7 December 2017
  • In this issue:
  • Equality
  • Dealing with complaints of sexual harassment at work
  • FTSE 100 companies could face legal action for failing to prevent sexual harassment
  • New toolkit to help businesses close the gender pay gap
  • Three in ten black employees say discrimination plays part in lack of career progression
  • Government unveils new strategy to support disabled people into work
  • MB v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions—Advocate General's Opinion
  • Employment tribunals
  • More...

Article summary

This week’s edition of Employment highlights includes: (1) practical advice on how employers should handle complaints of sexual harassment, written by Juliet Carp, a partner in Kingsley Napley’s employment team, (2) a warning from the Equality and Human Rights Commission to FTSE 100 chairs that it will take legal action where there is evidence of systemic failing in preventing, or dealing with, sexual harassment, (3) a new toolkit published by the Government Equalities Office to help employers tackle the gender pay gap, (4) an EAT judgment on amendments and time limits, (5) analysis of a reported delay to the government’s response to the Taylor review on the gig economy, (6) a High Court ruling that Morrisons supermarket was liable for data breaches by a disgruntled former employee, (7) a new consultation on revisions to the UK Corporate Governance Code, (8) dates for your diary, and (9) updates to our case and legislation trackers. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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