Labour & European Law Review
22 May 2019
The conciliation service ACAS has produced a new report showing that two thirds of workers in the UK have felt stressed or anxious about work over the last year (...).
Although employers will sometimes be able to provide an explanation in race discrimination claims that is “completely untainted” by considerations of race, the Court of Appeal held in Iwuchukwu v City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust that the employer had not provided a sufficient explanation to refute the allegation of discrimination (...).
Even though a worker has made a protected disclosure (blown the whistle), the Employment Appeal Tribunal held In Uwalaka v Southern Health Foundation NHS Trust they will not necessarily be deemed to have suffered a detriment just because they were subsequently suspended, if the facts show that the suspension was the result of an unrelated allegation (...).