NO AGREEMENT ON HOW TO CHANGE EQUALITY LAW
- UK AND EUROPE GET EVEN ON EQUALITY RULES. Carter, Caroline; Tostivin, Meena // People Management;4/5/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p19
The article reports on the announcement by the High Court in Great Britain that it has told the government that it must amend the Employment Equality (Sex Discrimination) Regulations 2005. The legal challenge to the regulations was brought by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC). Four...
- in brief. Wigham, Ross // Employers Law;Feb2004, p4
Presents news briefs on employment in Great Britain as of February 2004. Campaign launched by the Equal Opportunities Commission for equal pay in the workplace; Efforts of the Department of Trade and Industry to introduce common commencement dates for changes to domestic employment law and...
- What's hotï¿½. // Employers Law;Oct2007, p4
This section offers news briefs related to labor laws in Great Britain. Staff who joined the NHS after April 1, 2008 will have different pension arrangements from existing staff. The Commission for Equality and Human Rights took over from the Equal Opportunities Commission, Disability Rights...
- hot spots. Harris, Judith // Employers Law;Sep2005, p10
Presents an update on labor regulations in Great Britain as of September 2005. Regulations on age discrimination published by the Department of Trade and Industry; Report on pregnancy discrimination from the Equal Opportunities Commission; Date set for the implementation of the Transfer of...
- IN BRIEF. // People Management;4/5/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p19
Presents news briefs related to labor laws in Great Britain as of April 5, 2001. Risk faced by employers for failure to comply with the Data Protection Act of 1998; Changes to employment tribunal procedures; Manifesto issued by the Equal Opportunities Commission to political parties.
- EOC calls for `super law' to end chaos. Overell, Stephen // People Management;2/5/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p13
Focuses on the proposal by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) for a single statue for sexual equality laws in Great Britain. Need for a clearer framework for employers; Contradictions in existing laws; Provision on compensation; Minimum wage proposals.
- A judicious review. Bahl, Kamlesh // People Management;2/5/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p27
Opinion. Comments on changes in sex discrimination laws proposed by the Equal Opportunities Commission in Great Britain. Flaws in existing legislation; Shift in philosophy towards promoting equal treatment for men and women; Need for a proactive approach by employers; Role of the state.
- Government proposals unfair to women. // Accountancy;Oct86, Vol. 98 Issue 1118, p52
Reports that the British Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) has condemned proposals in a white paper published by the government focused on work hours. Claim that the proposals to raise the hours of work threshold for qualifications for employment rights are unfair to women; EOC response to...
- THE POORER SEX-BY NEARLY A QUARTER. // People Management;2/7/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p8
Presents information on the British Equal Opportunities Commission's (EOC) report on the dominance of men over women in the workplace. Remarks from Julie Mellor, chairwoman of the EOC.