Acas published guidance on marriage and civil partnership discrimination in November 2016.
The House of Commons Library published a briefing paper on Brexit and employment law in November 2016. The briefing focuses on key differences between domestic and EU employment law, and discusses the Government’s position on the topic.
The Ministry of Justice published its quarterly bulletin of tribunals and gender recognition certificate statistics for April-June 2016 in September 2016.
The House of Commons Library published a briefing on 26 August 2016 on the possible impact of Brexit across policy areas. The areas covered include employment, immigration, police and justice, human rights, and social security.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies published a briefing note on the gender wage gap in August 2016. The briefing note is the first output in a programme of work by the IFS seeking to understand the gender wage gap and its relationship to poverty.
The Trades Union Congress produced guidance, ‘Combatting racist abuse in the workplace: A TUC guide to protecting migrant and Black and Minority Ethnic workers from violence, harassment and abuse’, in August 2016.
Leading equality and human rights barristers from Cloisters chambers give a monthly practical insight into key legal developments.
In May 2016, the Equality and Human Rights Commission published ‘Business and Human Rights: a five-step guide for company boards’.
‘Pay and Parenthood. An analysis of wage inequality between mums and dads’ was published by the TUC in April 2016.
ACAS produced guidance in April 2016 on managing sex discrimination at work. Sex discrimination is one of the most common forms of workplace prejudice, and is where employers and employees can struggle to understand the law.