In People Management, Partner Keely Rushmore gives her comments on a recent case where a man whose former employer provided discriminatory references. The case is a stark reminder that giving references is fraught with danger.
Tribunal win for man whose former employer provided discriminatory references
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Justifying 'fat cat' pay
Partner, Keely Rushmore examines what the pay ratio reporting could mean for your company
Should The Equalities Act 2010 be updated?
Chris Cook, partner and head of employment at SA Law, comments on a recent study which found that one in three employers admitted they were less likely…
Should employers modify dress codes in this heatwave?
Partner and Director of Finance and Business support, Gill Garrett, comments in The Times on whether extreme weather should see alterations to dress codes…
Getting to the meat of employee choice
Companies must be made aware of discrimination laws when dictating what workers can and can't do, says Keely Rushmore, Partner at SA Law.
Worker versus Self-Employed
The Gig economy makes more headlines as The Supreme Court agree Mr Smith was a worker and Pimlico plumbers had fallen foul of employment rights.
Reality TV and the protection of stars' welfare
Head of Employment at SA Law, Chris Cook comments in The Daily Star on the increasing pressure for production companies to ensure the welfare of contestants.