The European Court of Justice has held that a minimum height requirement to enter the Greek police was indirectly discriminatory against women and could not be objectively justified.

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The clocks go back on 29 October and this may have an impact on nightworkers. How employers handle this should depend on the wording of staffs contracts and rules relating to the National Minimum Wage, rest breaks and night working.

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The government has announced the details of the scheme for reimbursement of employment tribunal fees following a ruling this Summer that fees in the employment tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal were unlawful.

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The Court of Appeal has held that a faith school’s segregation policy under which they separated boys and girls when they reached a certain age amounted to direct sex discrimination.

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Acas has published new guidance to help employers support staff with mental health issues.

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The Information Commissioner’s Office has confirmed that data controller fees will legally be required to be paid when the new data protection regime starts on 1 April 2018.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a dismissal was not unfair where the employer took into account previous incidents that had not been subject to disciplinary action.

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A former local authority employee has received a fine from Magistrates after pleading guilty to the offence of unlawfully obtaining personal data under the Data Protection Act.

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