Labour & European Law Review
03 November 2003
On 2 December 2003, for the first time ever in the United Kingdom, there will be specific statutory protection against sexuality and religious discrimination in employment.
The fallout from the decision of the House of Lords in Johnson v Unisys Limited  IRLR 279 continues
This recent case is a timely reminder to employers that just because they pay employees lots of money, does not mean that they can treat them anyway they like
Many years ago, our slogan in the trade union movement was "keep the law out of industrial relations" and "negotiate don't legislate"
The implied term of trust and confidence has long been accepted as part of the mutual obligations owed between employer and employee
It is two years since the new costs regime in Tribunals came into force