Employment law June 2019 and HR in the news

The latest in employment law 

11 Jun 2019
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  • The Employment Appeal Tribunal ruled that a discrimination case needed to be reconsidered by a fresh Employment Tribunal after an Employment Judge fell asleep twice during the original hearing.
  • Maternity Action and the TUC have produced a useful guide to health and safety at work for pregnant women.
  • The Government Equalities Office has indicated that the GEO is considering extending gender pay gap reporting, including proposals to lower the threshold from the current 250+ employees.


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