Employment Law Weekly News Update

10th May 2018

In this edition:

• The EAT hold that an ET did not identify the proper basis for a claim that enhancing maternity pay but not shared parental pay could be indirectly discriminatory and did not apply the correct pool for comparison.
• The Court of Appeal confirm that a last straw in a continuing series of breaches of contract can result in a successful constructive dismissal claim even though earlier breaches of contract had been accepted.
• The Government issues guidance on what the Home Office will do to help employers wishing to offer a job to ‘Windrush’ case applicants who do not have the documents to prove their right to work in the UK.
• A city worker who uploaded photos of a colleague from her social media account