Legal News: Employment update

Adam Hartley rounds up recent case law and developments affecting employers and their advisers ‘If a dress code is discriminatory, the government considers that scope for redress already exists under the Equality Act 2010, which prohibits both direct sex discrimination and victimisation. However, it says that the Government Equalities Office will produce guidance on dress …
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Cases Referenced

  • Chandhok & anor v Tirkey [2014] UKEAT/0190/14
  • Commissioners for HMRC v Gerau [2017] UKEAT/0348/16
  • Fergusson v Combat Stress [2017] ET/4105592/16