HR Law – November 2023
Welcome to the November edition of HR Law.
In this month's release you will find articles covering (amongst other things) the latest decision on protected beliefs, a rise in remote working tribunal claims, and a new law which will place a duty on employers to take reasonable steps to prevent sexual harassment taking place.
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- Employee's opposition to critical race theory was a protected belief
- Bonus clawback provisions did not constitute a restraint of trade
- Acas launches draft Code of Practice on handling requests for a flexible working pattern
- Manifesto for Menopause published
- EHRC responds to government's Disability Action Plan consultation
- Remote working tribunal claims increase by 50% from 2021 to 2022
- Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Bill has received Royal Assent
- Reduction in length of time for people to declare criminal convictions