Equality Act: No protection against post-employment victimisation

An EAT ruling has highlighted that the UK’s discrimination legislation is at odds with EU law, reports Olivia Toulson It is doubtful that Parliament ever intended to exclude post-employment victimisation and it is clear that EU law requires employees to have protection against such treatment. In Rowstock Ltd v Jessemey [2013], the Employment Appeal Tribunal …
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