Discrimination

Solicitor wins unfair dismissal and indirect sex discrimination claims

Tribunal finds ‘serious and fundamental shortcomings’ in Switalskis’ disciplinary process

GLS v Brookes: Discriminatory recruitment practices

The case of a law student who brought a claim against the Government Legal Service shows the diverse ways in which disability discrimination can arise, writes Anna Macey

Religious dress in the workplace: Achbita and Bougnaoui reconsidered

It is hard to reconcile the CJEU’s recent decisions on religious dress in the workplace with a genuine commitment to preventing discrimination, writes Paul Stanley QC

Can employers ban religious dress in work?

What does the CJEU judgment on religious dress in work really mean, asks Lindsey Knowles

Employers may impose ‘neutral’ dress code if applied equally

Workplace ban on religious symbols could be indirect discrimination if not legitimately justified

East Anglian legal advice centres ‘not giving up’ on access to justice

Reliance on volunteers is ‘fanciful’ and stakeholder funding remains vital following cuts

Breaking down barriers

Practitioners should encourage employers to think beyond typical reasonable adjustments to ensure they meet their obligations to disabled employees, urges Karen Jackson