Posted on 29th August 2017
Posted on 24th August 2017
Pupils anticipating their GCSE results this week will for the first time receive a number grade between 1-9 rather than a letter grade for English Literature, English Language, and Maths.
Yet, despite coming into effect, a recent study published by the Confederation of British Industry and Pearson discovered that more than a third of businesses were unaware of the changes and a further 29% said they were aware of the change but didn’t understand how it worked.
Posted on 2nd August 2017
Posted on 26th July 2017
Today, the Supreme Court ruled that fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims are unlawful.
Tribunal fees were introduced by the Government in 2013 with the aim of reducing the number of weak or malicious claims being brought. Fees ranged from £390 to £1,200 with discrimination claims costing more because of the complexity and time that hearings took.
Posted on 19th July 2017
Posted on 31st May 2017
Posted on 23rd March 2017
Posted on 6th March 2017
Posted on 9th February 2017
Posted on 7th February 2017
Company dress codes were in the news again last week after two commons committees called for a review of equality legislation. Many examples of company rules around dress and appearance showed that women were being singled out and potentially sexualised by being asked to wear high heels, revealing clothing or make up.