The results are disheartening.
Tags: sex discrimination
There is no doubt that the exploits of the England football team at the Women’s World Cup in Canada this summer grabbed the attention of a nation and kick-started a popular discussion about gender discrepancies and attitudes both within sport and in society at large. The BBC’s coverage was the most comprehensive of any all-female…
Workplace relationships can raise legal and ethical issues for employers but with well-defined policies, office romances don’t have to end in tears.
64 percent of managers don’t mind workplace relationships but more and more companies are implementing dating policies.
Hidden Discrimination: One in Five Employees in Britain Still Affected and Public Sector Worst Affected
Almost 20% of people have experienced discrimination of some type, whether it be a one off occurrence or an ongoing issue.
Ben Stepney and Nicole Kalli – Flexible working: How to avoid sex discrimination cases against fathers
A professional services network’s charge of sex discrimination against a father requesting flexible hours for childcare emphasises the legal implications of gender-based assumptions about employees.
The effects of equal pay legislation have recently hit the Higher Education sector, with 23 male workers (caretakers, tradesmen) at the University of Wales, Trinity St. David (Swansea) suing for sex discrimination, claiming they were paid less than women on the same pay grade (secretaries, office workers). The University has conceded the claims, with the…