Former BBC employee receives settlement over pay discrimination
A former BBC employee has received an out of court settlement worth more than £130,000 after she accused the broadcasterRead more.
More than one million workers denied legal working rights
According to a new report by the Resolution Foundation think tank, a significant number of workers in the UK areRead more.
Head of TUC calls for action to be taken to reduce class discrimination
The head of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) has called for the Government to take action to reduce the amountRead more.
MPs lead calls for workplaces to protect women experiencing menopause
MPs are leading calls for the Government to implement clear workplace policies to protect women who are experiencing menopause.Read more.
Employers still considering likelihood of pregnancy when hiring or promoting
According to the latest research, employers are still taking into account factors such as a woman’s likelihood of having childrenRead more.
Three-quarters of UK’s tech workers willing to move overseas for their career
A new study has found that 75 per cent of UK tech workers could be tempted to move abroad ifRead more.
Designer make-up brand wins IP legal action against Aldi look-a-like
Whilst it is often said that imitation is the highest form of flattery, when it comes to intellectual property, theRead more.
International legal network co-founded by iLaw grows by more than a third
One of the world’s fastest-growing legal networks, the International Commercial Law Alliance (ICLA) has grown by more than a thirdRead more.