Labour & European Law Review
24 July 2019
Following the Taylor review of working practices two years ago, the government has recently announced proposals to create a single labour market enforcement body (...).
In the conjoined appeals of Ali v Capita Customer Management Ltd and anor and The Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police v Hextall and anor, the Court of Appeal has held that it is not discriminatory to pay men on Shared Parental Leave less than women on maternity leave (...).
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held in Mart v Assessment Services Inc that, when deciding if a sight disability is “correctable”, tribunals should not just take into account whether the impairment was resolved by the correction, such as wearing a lens, but also whether the resolution resulted in unacceptable adverse consequences (...).