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Analysis has shown that one in four organisations that have submitted gender pay gap reports for the 2018/19 reporting period failed to submit reports that conform to UK government guidelines.
Nearly one in four UK employees says they have experienced an incident in the past 12 months where they or a colleague were unfairly discriminated against in their workplace because of their gender, age, background, sexual orientation or preferences, culture or ethnicity.
This September will see the 50th anniversary of the Wolfenden Report, which marked the beginning of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the United Kingdom.
Google has tried to restrict the media reporting of a high-profile gender discrimination case brought by the US government.
A recent report jointly published by the Petitions Committee and the Women and Equalities Committee illustrates that wearing high heels for a prolonged period of time can cause both short and long-term damage to workers’ health and wellbeing.
More than half of transgender people have experienced some form of transphobic discrimination in the workplace, and 53 percent have felt the need to hide their trans status from colleagues.
English rugby player, Joe Marler, has surprisingly avoided a ban following a Six Nations disciplinary hearing regarding a racist remark he made towards a Welsh player during last Saturday’s Anglo-Welsh Six Nations clash at Twickenham.
The University of Washington has released a new report revealing that lesbians in the United States earn up to nine percent more than heterosexual female employees. The study found that gay men often earn eleven percent less than heterosexual males. On average, the report also revealed, homosexual women work more hours per day than straight women.
When comparing average salaries of non-executive directors, men expect a 51 percent higher salary than women in the same position, a new study has found.
Organisations from across the public and private sector, together responsible for employing 1.8 million people in the UK, are to sign up to the pledge to operate recruitment on a ‘name blind’ basis to address discrimination, the Prime Minister, David Cameron, has announced.
FJG have created the following infographic to help employers understand and prevent workplace discrimination.
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos launched an impassioned defense of his company’s workplace culture yesterday following a damning article published by The New York Times.
The recent successful claim by a Jewish woman, Aurelie Fhima, for indirect discrimination following the refusal of her application for employment has brought discrimination against job applicants into the spotlight.