We consider the Court of Appeal's equal pay decision that (female) retail staff may compare themselves to (male) distribution workers, and what other UK employers should do now.
Deal or no deal, EU nationals living in the UK will have to apply for settled status. The government's scheme is now open to applications, and is free.
New guidance on the taxation of cryptoassets means that employers considering rewarding employees in this form should beware of the tax consequences.
News reports of sexual harassment in the workplace has triggered public discussion about the use of confidentiality clauses (non-disclosure agreements). Are NDAs still an effective or realistic legal tool to use when settling employment disputes involving unproven allegations? If they can't be enforced, what are they worth?
An employee dropped from full-time to part-time work before he took early retirement on medical grounds. The Supreme Court held it was lawful to calculate his pension based on his salary immediately before his retirement. Advantageous treatment is not less favourable treatment simply because it could be more advantageous.
An employment tribunal has found that Jess Varnish was neither an employee nor worker of British Sport or UK Cycling.