In recent days, an Employment Tribunal has ordered craft beer company Brewdog to pay a sum of £12,000 to a former employee who was sacked after doctors told him he was about to lose his eyesight.
A group of engineers who were dismissed without notice when the company they worked for went into administration have been awarded 90 days’ pay at an Employment Tribunal.
A schoolgirl who challenged her supervisor at an Employment Tribunal on grounds of sexual harassment has been awarded almost £15,000 in damages.
Age discrimination is becoming a serious problem in UK workplaces, as too many employers are operating “outdated” and “inflexible” employment models, a new report claims.
A group of ‘freelance’ art educators and lecturers who claim to have been unfairly dismissed are to challenge London’s National Gallery at an Employment Tribunal, it has emerged.
A Sainsbury’s supermarket employee who was sacked over a controversial social media post was unfairly dismissed, an Employment Tribunal has found.
Online retail giant Amazon has been targeted with a legal challenge over the worker status of its delivery drivers in the UK, it has emerged in recent days.
New research published by the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) in recent days suggests that UK employers need to do more to address mental health issues in the workplace.
The number of underpaid workers in the UK has more than doubled since 2016/17, according to official figures.
Equalities Minister Victoria Atkins is warning businesses to be more understanding about the religious beliefs of their employees ahead of new official guidance that will crack down on ‘non-secular intolerance’.
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