Employment Law Weekly News Update

14th June 2018

In this edition:

• An ET awards a female bus driver £55,000 compensation for sexual harassment, sex discrimination and constructive dismissal, which included being told to say she is pregnant to warn off male colleagues.
• The EAT hold that an employee was not directly discriminated against when denied an assignment in Dubai because his disabilities were considered a risk, as a comparator would have been treated in the same way.
• The Companies (Miscellaneous Reporting) Regulations 2018 have been laid before Parliament which include a statutory requirement for Chief Executive and average UK worker pay gaps to be disclosed and explained.
• The Information Commissioners Office has published new detailed guidance for UK organisations on the definition of personal data under the GDPR.