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What's New?

In October's issue (EOR 271)

Our main feaure this month looks at equality issues for employers post the EU referendum. We have two case studies on autism and flexible working. In our trade unions section, we have an article from Usdaw on supporting older women, as well as a number of TUC reports. (...more)

(24 Sep 2016)

Diary: Sexual harassment 30 years on

This has been a month of déjà vu for me, with new research on sexual harassment in the workplace seemingly suggesting that little progress has been made since I first wrote extensively about these problems nearly 30 years ago in my expert report for the European Commission, The dignity of women at work (see EOR 18). (...more)

(24 Sep 2016)

Diary: Gender pay gap

This summer we had a report from the Institute of Fiscal Studies, which headlined that more than 30 years after implementation of the Equal Pay Act, the average hourly wages of female employees are currently about 18% lower than men’s on average. (...more)

(24 Sep 2016)

Diary: Burkinis and burkas

I spent August in Provence, but none of our group, of either gender, wore a burkini. The ban by some French authorities of this specifically Islamic form of full-body swimwear was a heavy-handed use of state power and discriminatory. (...more)

(24 Sep 2016)

Diary: Hijabs

Advocate General Sharpston has given her Opinion in Bougnaoui v Micropole SA on whether it is discrimination on grounds of religion or belief contrary to EU law for an employer to dismiss a practising Muslim because she refused to comply with an instruction from her employer not to wear an Islamic veil or headscarf when in contact with customers. (...more)

(24 Sep 2016)

Equality and inclusion, post-referendum

Denise Keating, chief executive of the employers network for equality and inclusion, sets out enei’s view of issues that currently concern employers in a post-referendum world, and argues that diversity and inclusion are key to future economic progress. (...more)

(24 Sep 2016)

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