Just like the weather, these topics are getting hot! In this edition of Workplace Law, we look at constructive knowledge of disabilities in the workplace, covert recordings of meetings and the ethnicity pay gap.
In certain types of disability discrimination claims, the level of knowledge about the individual’s disability can be critical to having a defence or not.
Individuals record meetings for a variety of reasons, some malicious, others to ensure an accurate recording of a meeting is taken.
We are frequently asked if recording meetings amounts to misconduct.
On 9 July 2019, the Office of National Statistics (ONS) published statistics on its analysis of its annual population survey.
We discuss the results.