Weekly Review of Developments 30/7/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 30 July 2021
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Issues covered: Case Law; Webinars; Menopause; Coronavirus; National Disability Strategy

The sad news this week is that the X Factor has become the ex-factor. The happy news is much the same as the sad news for most of us. The employment-related news is set out below…

This week's top stories:

  • Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott BL looks at whether the burden of proof in discrimination cases in England & Wales has been altered by the wording of the Equality Act 2010; and a cautionary tale for respondents who decide not to engage in a tribunal process.
  • Furlough will be wound down further from Sunday as the government asks employers to make a bigger contribution to the wage support scheme.
  • National Disability Strategy unveiled by the government. 
  • MP's Launch

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