HR NEWS | Right to work – failure to give right of appeal unfair

According to a recent decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal, an employee who was dismissed after failing to produce evidence of his right to work in the UK should have given the right to appeal. What are the facts of this case? In Afzal v East London Pizza Ltd t/a Dominos Pizza, the employee’s visa […]

What Amounts to a Detriment?

Under the Equality Act 2010, if a worker alleges that they have been treated less favourably because of a protected characteristic, for example sex, and they are then treated less favourably and suffer a detriment because they made that allegation, the worker will have been victimised. One question which often arises in victimisation claims is: […]