Labour & European Law Review
03 April 2019
A parliamentary committee has said that companies should have an employee representative on their remuneration committees to keep a lid on excessive executive pay levels (...).
Although there may be a legitimate public interest in the disclosure of certain information in order to ascertain whether large firms are fulfilling their social and moral duties towards their staff, the High Court held in Linklaters LLP and anor v Mellish that it could not justify disclosing sensitive confidential information which others had a legitimate interest in keeping confidential (...).
The Equality Act 2010 outlaws discrimination on the ground of religion or belief. In Gan Menachem Hendon Ltd v de Groen, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held, however, that Ms de Groen had not been less favourably treated by the nursery because of her religion when it dismissed her because she was cohabiting outside of marriage, contravening its religious ethos (...).