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Published 8 August 2019
DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector.
Discrimination: Stereotypical assumptionsA tribunal can take judicial notice of stereotypical assumptions that might be held, but it must give the parties an opportunity to challenge the assumptions and their application. Read moreDisability Discrimination: Employer's knowledge of disability An employer did not have constructive knowledge of an employee’s mental impairments because she had concealed them.
Read moreHarassment: Are employers liable for employees' offensive Facebook posts? An employer was not liable for harassment when an employee posted a racially offensive image on Facebook and shared it with a colleague.Read moreTUPE: National minimum wage pay information Transferors are not responsible for providing pay information under national minimum wage legislation to former employees after a TUPE transfer.Read more
Government responds to two consultations and issues four more restrictive covenants.
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