In July 2014, the EHRC published guidance on ‘Appointments to Boards and Equality Law’.
‘At what price justice? The impact of employment tribunal fees’ suggests ‘that the introduction of fees has had devastating implications for working people’s access to justice.
Research by the Universities of Bristol and Strathclyde examines the effect of employment tribunal fees on employees’ lives and livelihoods.
In June 2014, Acas published its Code of Practice and guidance on the right to request flexible working.
On 18 June 2014, EDF and EDF Research Network held a seminar on ‘Using behaviour change insights to improve equality outcomes’.
‘Race at the Top’ is the most comprehensive picture of Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) representation in leadership in UK business today.
‘Work that pays: The final report of the Living Wage Commission’ was published in June 2014.
On 11 June 2014, the Joint Committee on Human Rights published a Legislative Scrutiny report on the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, and the Deregulation Bill.
The 2013 ‘Survey of Employment Tribunal Applications’ indicates that the requirement to pay a fee is a factor influencing the decision to go to tribunal.
In April 2014, ISER published ‘Diverse Disability. Evidence on employment outcomes from the Life Opportunities Survey’ by Richard Berthoud.