Discrimination & harassment


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  • Sexual harassment: Non-disclosure clauses Restricted access


    Submitted: 31 January 2018

    Watch our final webinar on sexual harassment now which responds to recent media coverage on this issue and will cover the use of non-disclosure clauses in Settlement Agreements.

  • Sexual harassment: Protection for employees making a complaint Restricted access


    Submitted: 24 January 2018

    Watch this webinar on demand and download the slides now. This webinar covers the protection afforded to individuals who make allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace. In particular, we consider the victimisation provisions, as well as those in relation to whistleblowing and the extent to which any action can be taken where an allegation is not well-founded.

  • Working Relations January 2018


    Submitted: 19 January 2018

    A review of legal and general developments during October, November and December 2017 affecting working relations in England and Wales.

  • Sexual harassment: How to address anonymous complaints from employees Restricted access


    Submitted: 17 January 2018

    In case you missed it you can watch our recent webinar on-demand now. We use a case study to highlight the issues employers should consider when faced with anonymous complaints of sexual harassment. We also draw out some of the difficult points, such as how to balance the interests of the anonymous accuser and those of the alleged perpetrator.

  • Sexual harassment webinar series Restricted access


    Submitted: 17 January 2018

    A series of on demand webinars looking at sexual harassment. This is aimed at business leaders, HR professionals and employment lawyers and will give an overview of three key aspects of sexual harassment complaints, the likely challenges employers face in addressing them and some practical case studies and scenarios to demonstrate best practice approaches.

  • Forcing employers on Gender Pay Reporting: closing the gap


    Submitted: 27 December 2017

    The EHRC has issued a consultation note setting out their planned approach to employers who fail to comply with the new obligations under the Gender Pay Reporting Regulations 2017.

  • Sexual harassment and anonymous complaints


    Submitted: 19 December 2017

    Following the Weinstein scandal, employers should be ready for similar complaints, among the most complicated of which are anonymous complaints. This article provides practical tips for when these issues arise.

  • More organisations have signed up to the Women in Finance Charter


    Last Reviewed: 04 December 2017 / Submitted: 22 March 2017

    A further 26 organisations have signed up to the Women in Finance Charter making the list now holding a total of 162 signatories.

  • Acas issues new guidance to prevent further pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workplace


    Submitted: 21 November 2017

    Audrey Williams discusses the rationale behind the new guidance to be released by Acas and how pregnancy and maternity discrimination can have severe impacts on organisations if not managed appropriately.

  • Employment Essentials: Long term sickness absence and employee background checks


    Submitted: 09 November 2017

    Training materials from our recent Employment Essentials seminar for junior HR professionals working in financial services. This session focused on long term sickness absence and employee background checks.

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