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  • Overview

    North Kent College provides education to 4,500 students across two main campuses in Dartford and Gravesend. Our employment team has acted for them and advised them on various employment matters.

    In 2016, a former lecturer brought a claim against the College on alleged grounds of pregnancy and maternity discrimination, indirect sex discrimination, direct sex discrimination, harassment and constructive dismissal. The team advised the College to defend the proceedings on the clear basis that the claimant lacked evidence to support her claims and that the College could justify requiring lecturers to abide by strict timetables given the government’s changes to funding for higher and further education colleges.

    The matter was fully contested and went all the way to a final hearing. As a result of the legal arguments we put forward and the strength of the College’s evidence, the tribunal dismissed each of the claimant’s claims.

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    Education

    Our specialist education team is here to support schools and colleges, and our experience shows that each school is different, so a one size fits all approach is not suitable.

    Employment

    We act for businesses of all shapes and sizes and in many different sectors. Our advice covers all aspects of the employment relationship, helping to settle disputes, defending employment tribunal claims and providing immigration compliance audits.

    Discrimination & equality

    We regularly advise on issues of discrimination and equality.

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