Monthly Archives: March 2017

Vacancy for Experienced Employment Paralegal/Fee Earner in Maidenhead

Kalra Legal Group are currently recruiting for an experienced Employment Paralegal/Fee Earner in their Maidenhead office. Further details can be found on the Careers page here.http://www.klglaw.co.uk/News/Vacancy-for-experienced-employment-paralegal-fee-earner-in-maidenhead.html

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Discrimination in the Workplace – Discrimination as a Whole

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CMA Begins Crack Down on Illegal Cartels

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a new campaign to crack down on companies that form illegal cartels. Read Morehttps://www.raesidechisholm.co.uk/News/commercial/crack-down-illegal-cartels.html

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Finances during Marriage and Divorce

The extent to which finances play a role in divorce was recently the subject of an American-based study by Experian®, which also looked at how divorce affects consumers’ financial health in the aftermath. It found that finances are a big … Continue reading

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Review into BME Workplace Progression Published

A recently published review into black and minority ethnic (BME) progression at work has claimed that the UK economy could receive a boost of £24 billion a year if BME people progressed in work at the same rate as their … Continue reading

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Disability Related Harassment – Peninsula Business Services Ltd v Baker

An interesting – and entirely new – point arose in the case of Peninsula Business Services Ltd v Baker. Mr Baker was employed by Peninsula to represent its clients in employment tribunal cases. At first his relationship with his employer … Continue reading

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Direct Disability Discrimination – Urso v DWP

Direct discrimination is less favourable treatment of a person ‘because of’ a protected characteristic. In a case where the protected characteristic is disability it is generally accepted that there can be no direct discrimination if the alleged discriminator does not … Continue reading

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