‘The High Cost of High Pay: an analysis of pay inequality within firms’ was published by the High Pay Centre in January 2014.
A post by Michael Ford QC about new employment tribunal fees and discrimination discusses the case of UNISON v Lord Chancellor; Equality and Human Rights Commission.
‘Ethnic Minorities in Politics, Government and Public Life’ was published by the House of Commons Library in October 2013.
‘National protection beyond the two EU anti-discrimination Directives. The grounds of religion and belief, disability, age and sexual orientation beyond employment’ was published by the European Commission in 2013.
‘Under-representation by gender and race in Apprenticeships’ was published by unionlearn with the TUC in December 2013.
A report by Maternity Action calls on the Government to take urgent action to tackle pregnancy discrimination.
In November 2013, the Government published its response to the consultation on shared parental leave.
In November 2013, Leigh Day updated the guidance ‘Employment Tribunals: A practical guide for claimants starting a claim in the Employment Tribunal’, to include changes made to the free remission system in October 2013.
A report for KPMG examining the living wage says that an estimated 5.24 million people in the United Kingdom earned below the living wage.
‘Barriers to employment and unfair treatment at work: a quantitative analysis of disabled people’s experiences’ was published in Autumn 2013 by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).