Employment

MoJ discriminated against judges, tribunal finds

Lord Chancellor fails to show treatment of claimants ‘to be a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim’ in pension

Religious beliefs over secular values

Alex Bearman discusses how equality laws apply to employment for the purposes of an organise

The importance of worker status

Snigdha Nag reviews some key decisions of the year, including a number of cases considering employment status and the correct approach to unfai

Protecting employees with cancer

Tilly Harries discusses the steps employers can take to meet their legal obligations towards employees with cancer and preven

Mixing work with private

The scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server for professional purposes provides lessons for us all, explains Pau

Judiciary take Truss to tribunal over pension changes

Hundreds of judges join mass discrimination claim against Ministry o

Uber and the ‘gig’ economy

The use of cutting-edge apps does not preclude employment rights, as the decision over the status of Uber drivers has demonstrated, writes Snigdh