Employment law

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Berlin to pay woman nearly €7,000 for rejecting job application due to her headscarf

Berlin state ordered to pay woman nearly €7,000 for rejecting job application due to her headscarf

Berlin to pay compensation to woman for rejecting job application over headscarf

The woman was told during a job interview that she couldn't wear a headscarf at work

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Gender pay gap law: 'This will produce fake statistics and only appease those who promote victimhood culture', says journalist

Gender pay gap law: 'This will only produce fake statistics and promote victim culture', says journalist

Gender pay gap law: 'This will produce fake statistics', says journalist

All UK companies with more than 250 employees are now required to publish the average pay for men and women, in an attempt to close the gender pay gap

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Thursday, March 16, 2017

NI U-Turn: 'Employment contracts must be flexible to match the changing economy', says MP Tom Tugendhat

Tory MP on Philip Hammond NI debacle: 'Everyone makes mistakes'

Tory MP on Philip Hammond NI debacle: 'Everyone makes mistakes'

Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat - who voted against the NI increase - told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the Chancellor was right to scrap his headline policy

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Headscarf ban: 'This could include trans people not being able to dress as their gender', says Catholic Voices

Headscarf ban could really hurt trans people, says Catholic Voices

Headscarf ban could really hurt trans people, says Catholic Voices

The European Court of Justice has said that employers can instruct all employees to 'dress neutrally' meaning political, philosophical and religious signs would be banned

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer fiercely argues with Imam over work headscarf ban

London Imam on work headscarf ban: 'We allow nudists on our streets, so why not headscarves?'

London Imam: 'We allow nudists on our streets, so why not headscarves?'

Ajmal Masroor says it's fine to ask women to cover their heads but not men, as women spend more on hair products

European Court rules employers can ban headscarves, political and religious signs

European Court rules employers can ban headscarves, political and religious garments

European Court says bosses can ban headscarves, political and religious garments

The European Court of Justice has said employers are entitled to ban headscarves if it is based on company rules which require the employees to dress neutrally