Philip Landau was a guest on Talk Radio today, talking about the new survey from Disability charity, Scope, which has said that 53% of disabled people have faced bullying or harassment at work. Please click here for the survey. Please click here to access the Disability Discrimination page.
Employment tribunal judgements are now available online. How will the search benefit businesses and employees? A search facility listing new employment tribunal decisions has been launched on the gov.uk website for the first time, which is free to users. The new online database has been introduced with a view to facilitating access to tribunal judgments and […]
Philip Landau was a guest today on Julia Hartley-Brewer’s show on Talk Radio about the legal implications of the latest case involving workers status rights. Please click here for the full story.
Philip Landau was speaking to Julia Hartley- Brewer on Talk Radio today, in relation to workplace dress codes, after a petition to the Government. was started by an employee of PwC.
Philip Landau joined a panel of experts on 7th December for a live web chat on The Guardian’s website in relation to discrimination in the workplace.
The Dorchester Hotel in London has been in the news about possible discrimination regarding their appearance code for female staff. Please click here to access the story and see our legal opinion in The Guardian. Click here for the Sex Discrimination page
Philip Landau was guest speaker at the Paul Ross breakfast show on Talk Radio today talking about bullying in the workplace. This follows a high profile disciplinary matter at the Greater Manchester Police.
Philip Landau was invited to speak yesterday at the public policy exchange conference in relation to gender equality and was part of their panel for discussion. Please click here to read our blog on gender equality and equal pay.
Philip Landau was today speaking to Adrian Chiles on BBC Radio 5 in relation to the report out today from Macmillans stating that a fifth of cancer sufferers face discrimination at work from their employers. Please click here to read the story.
Following the landmark Uber decision today, the employment tribunal has determined that the Uber drivers should have “worker” status- even though they had been classified as self-employed by the company. This could have far reaching consequences for the “gig economy”. Please click here to read our blog on on the decision, and what it means.