HR Law – June 2019
Welcome to the June edition of HR Law.
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- Failure to pay male employee shared parental pay is not discriminatory on grounds of sex
- Compliance with the Working Time Directive recording daily time
- Unfair dismissal and proselytising
- Pension scheme trustees must comly with the formalities under the rules to introduce new benefits for members
- Withdrawal of overseas posting due to medical concerns was not disability discrimination
- Whistleblower could not bring detriment claims against overseas colleagues
- Consideration should have been given to whether the employer knew the employee was disabled when it rejected her appeal against dismissal
- Injury to feeling and race discrimination
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