Labour & European Law Review
14 August 2013
Following the introduction of settlement agreements at the end of last month, the conciliation service, Acas, has published new guidance to go with the Code of Practice that it produced.
The law says that people who provide goods, facilities or services to the public cannot discriminate on the grounds of sexual orientation by refusing to provide those services.
Section 10 of the Employment Relations Act (ERelA) 1999 states that workers are entitled to be accompanied by a representative of their choice at a grievance or disciplinary hearing.