Equality and Diversity


Direct discrimination  –  No need to consider mental processes of those influencing the sole decision-maker The Court of Appeal in CLFIS (UK) Ltd v Reynolds has confirmed that the Tribunal should only focus on the motivation of the decision maker and not taken into account the motivation of anyone attempting to influence that decision. There may … Continue reading Equality and Diversity

Redundancy


  Common Sense Prevails – Collective Consultation in Redundancy Procedures Back to Normal Employers can breathe a sigh of relief following the ECJ’S definitive ruling in the long running dispute on collective consultation in redundancy procedures. This case was instigated following the collapse of Woolworth’s and Ethel Austin, which both went into administration and dismissed all … Continue reading Redundancy