A British Airways pilot who argued that his stance against wearing a mask during the Covid-19 outbreak was the equivalent to a religious belief has lost his claims for harassment and discrimination.
A bill to extend pension auto-enrolment to those aged 18 and over and remove a lower earning threshold immediately received Royal Assent after passing its third reading yesterday (18 September).
A Scottish postman was not racially discriminated against by an English colleague who repeatedly told him he couldn’t understand what he was saying, an employment tribunal has ruled.
A fifth of employees undergoing fertility treatment have quit their job due to the way they were treated at work, according to a new report from Totaljobs and the Fawcett Society.
The Menopause Friendly Awards returned to the Royal Lancaster Hotel last night (14 September) to celebrate best practice among those committed to changing and improving the lived experience of...
Over one in 10 (12%) business decision-makers think several Afrocentric hairstyles are completely inappropriate for the workplace, according to a survey by awareness campaign World Afro Hair Day.
Leading businesses, including Monzo, Pret A Manger and Thames Water, have signed up to a new Homelessness Covenant created by charity Crisis.
Wages grew by 7.8% in the three months to July 2023, keeping pace with inflation for the first time in over a year despite a rise in unemployment and hiring slow-down, according to new data from the...
The government has been urged to introduce mandatory reporting on the ethnicity pay gap for all companies employing more than 250 workers by charities ShareAction and the Runnymede Trust in a new...
A tribunal has found that retailer Marks & Spencer unfairly fired an autistic man after a colleague complained about his behaviour.
The government has launched a five-year plan which aims to prevent suicide and self harm in England, detailing the role of employers, emergency services and online safety.