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Disability at Work: Developments in Disability Discrimination Law

The law requires employers to make reasonable adjustments to accommodate their employees who have a disability. It has long been established that an employer’s obligation to make reasonable adjustments includes making reasonable adjustments to job roles and descriptions. Are you disabled? For example if a disabled employee is unable to perform certain...

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Age Discrimination at Work: Achieving a Settlement Agreement

If you have experienced age discrimination at work then you may be able to negotiate an enhanced exit package or settlement agreement (also known as a compromise agreement). The Government’s Equality Act 2010 protects everyone against discrimination in the workplace. It also covers situations in wider society but in this...

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Maternity and Pregnancy Discrimination Settlement Agreements

How to Negotiate a Settlement Agreement for Maternity & Pregnancy Discrimination A shocking report published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission earlier this year found that 77% of mums felt that they had been discriminated against at work, but only 28% raised this with a manager, only 3% submitted a grievance...

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Settlement Agreements for Ill Health Retirement (also known as Early Retirement Due to Ill Health)

Are you nearing the age of retirement and feel the need to leave work due to ill health or sickness? You may find that you are eligible for early retirement due to poor health if your medical condition means that you can not continue your work. We’ll help explain the rules...

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Discrimination Settlement Agreements

Discrimination settlement agreements are agreed out-of-court a lot more often than discrimination employment tribunals are won in court. Unfortunately discrimination at work is still rife in Britain – even if it is out of sight, it is certainly not out of mind – but discrimination claims can be difficult to...

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