Equality Act 2010 creates new weapon in discrimination battle
- The NLRB Attitude on Discrimination and the Judicial Response. Naffziger, Fred J. // Labor Law Journal;Jan75, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p21
The article focuses on policies related to race and sex discrimination in employment in the U.S. The U.S. National Labor Relations Board is increasingly facing issues of race and sex discrimination in employment when exercising its authority in representation and unfair labor practice...
- The Legal Landscape for Alaska Employers Is Changing. Are You Changing with It? Saade, Renea // Alaska Business Monthly;Oct2015, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p56
The article offers information on the legal aspects of employment in Alaska. It discusses laws and legistlations governing the working conditions of employees. Also mentioned various issues that should be address related to employment such as recreational marijuana, joint employer concept, and...
- Employment Rights at Work -- Survey of Employees 2005. // Labour Market Trends;Jun2006, Vol. 114 Issue 6, p172
The article relates the results of a survey conducted by the Institute of Employment of Employment Studies, on behalf of the Department of Trade and Industry in Great Britain, on whether employees are aware of their employment rights. The survey finds that almost two-thirds of respondents felt...
- EDITOR'S COMMENT. Fuller, Georgina // Employers Law;Apr2008, p3
The article offers information on several employee regulations that were introduced in Great Britain in April 2008. The Information and Consultation procedures and consultations on Occupational and Personal Pension schemes have been extended to include employers with 50 or more staff. Changes to...
- Employment. // Accountancy;Apr2001, Vol. 127 Issue 1292, p86
The article presents information on several laws and law cases related to the employee rights in Great Britain. It includes the information on the The Employment Rights Order 2001, which came into force on February 1, 2001. The law increase the limits to certain awards of employment tribunals...
- Rest easier tonight! You can't be held personally liable for Title VII violations. // HR Specialist: North Carolina Employment Law;Aug2009, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p3
The article discusses legal liabilities for Title VII of the U.S. labor policy and its implications to human resource (HR) professionals. It cites an example of Melanie Pitrolo who sued the County of Buncombe because she lost out on a promotion attributing it to sex discrimination. It suggests...
- Sex Discrimination in Employment. Eisenhardt, Auban Ann // California Law Review;May72, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p833
Discusses the California Supreme Court case 'Sail'er Inn Inc. v. Kirby,' which involved the issue of sex discrimination in employment. Facts of the case; Laws relevant to the case; Basis of the court decision.
- Full-time work requirement may be unlawful. Cooper, Stephanie // Accountancy;Dec1984, Vol. 95 Issue 1096, p64
Reports on a Great Britain-based case relating to the full-time work requirement in the Sex Discrimination Act of 1975. 'Home Office v. Holmes'; Decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in favor of Holmes.
- Guidelines on sexual harassment. Keshvara, Rita // NZ Business;Jun98, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p60
Advises employers on strategies to minimise sexual harassment in the workplace. Definition of sexual harassment; Information on the Human Rights Act 1993 (HRA) or the Employment Contracts Act 1991 (ECA); How a complaint of sexual harassment should be treated.