Almost half of UK employees ‘disguising’ mental health problems as physical illnesses at work, study finds

September 28th, 2018

A new report indicating that almost half of UK workers are ‘disguising’ their mental health issues as physical illnesses at work due to a fear of what their employers might think of them.

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Employment Tribunal awards £18,000 to nanny who was sacked over pregnancy

September 24th, 2018

News that an Employment Tribunal has awarded £18,000 to a nanny who was sacked after revealing that she was pregnant has caught the attention of London Employment Solicitors, Joelson.

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Sharp year-on-year rise in number of claims lodged with Employment Tribunals

September 19th, 2018

New research suggesting that the number of claims brought before Employment Tribunals has more than tripled in the past year has caught the attention of London Employment Lawyers, Joelson.

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Group of female employees expected to take Morrisons to Employment Tribunal in equal pay dispute

September 12th, 2018

News that grocery giant Morrisons is likely to face an Employment Tribunal challenge over equal pay in the coming weeks has caught the attention of London employment lawyers, Joelson.

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Older job applicants fear discrimination, study finds

September 11th, 2018

A new study suggesting that older workers often feel compelled to ‘hide’ their true age when applying for a job has caught the attention of London Employment Solicitors, Joelson.

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Big four accountancy firm unveils innovative flexible working scheme

September 5th, 2018

News that accountancy giant PwC has launched an innovative flexible working scheme for some of its new employees has caught the attention of London employment solicitors, Joelson.

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Should checking emails while commuting count as part of the working day?

September 4th, 2018

New research suggesting that time spent checking work emails during the daily commute should be classed as part of the working day has caught the attention of London employment solicitors, Joelson.

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Recruitment trends need to change in order to close gender pay gap, says charity

August 30th, 2018

Suggestions made by a prominent charity that recruiters need to change their ways in order to help close the gender pay gap have caught the eye of London employment lawyers, Joelson.

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Muslim woman who refused to shake interviewer’s hand wins discrimination case in Sweden

August 30th, 2018

News that a Swedish Labour Court has awarded compensation on grounds of discrimination to a Muslim woman who refused to shake hands with a job interviewer has caught the attention of London employment solicitors, Joelson.  

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Employee accused of ‘faking’ mental health conditions wins victimisation claim

August 16th, 2018

News that an employee accused of ‘faking’ her mental health issues has been awarded more than £8,000 for victimisation by an Employment Tribunal has caught the attention of London employment lawyers, Joelson.  

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