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20 Jan 2020
New employment case explores whether ‘veganism’ amounts to a ‘belief’ qualifying for protection under the Equality Act 2010.
8 Jan 2020
Brabners LLP examines a tribunal case that confirms that a blanket ban on beards can be discriminatory if the facial hair is a religious requirement.
26 Nov 2019
EU’s top human rights court decides that employer’s use of covert surveillance did not breach employees’ right to private life under the European Convention on Human Rights.
12 Nov 2019
Written by Brabners LLP Protection for individuals who blow the whistle on concerning conduct continues to be a topical subject. In recent times, individuals are more readily prepared to speak...
15 Oct 2019
Employment law experts Brabners LLP take a look at a recent employment case illustrates the importance of employee rest breaks.
1 Oct 2019
Employment law experts Brabners LLP looks at a new case that confirms vegetarianism is not a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010.
17 Sep 2019
Written by Brabners LLP The recent case of Community Based Care Health Ltd v Narayan  confirmed that a GP providing services to an NHS provider through a limited company...
3 Sep 2019
Written by Brabners LLP You may have seen that Costa Coffee has been in the press recently for deducting pay from employees’ wages. The BBC has reported that a number...
20 Aug 2019
Written by Brabners LLP In a society where social media is more pervasive than ever and with a range of online platforms at our fingertips, the potential exposure for employers...
6 Aug 2019
Written by Brabners LLP A new case Kocur v Angard Staffing Solutions Limited and another  in the Court of Appeal has provided clarification on the ‘working hours’ an Agency...
23 Jul 2019
100 years since the first binding decision, the Supreme Court takes a liberal approach, confirming that courts are able to strike through restrictive covenants to make them enforceable against employees.