1. Terror attacks have underlined the key responsibilities of employers
  2. Whistleblowing and disciplinary proceedings – a reminder to tread carefully
  3. Pre-employment medical screening: what employers can and can’t ask
  4. Advocate General's Opinion in claim for compensation for non-payment of holiday pay - ECJ rules workers can claim compensation if not given holiday pay
  5. WannaCry: A warning for employers
  6. Landmark paternity leave victory
  7. £40,000 award for man fired after an 'oversight'
  8. ET's role after witdrawal of party from proceedings - Campbell v OCS Group UK Ltd [EAT] 11.04.17 (Unreported)
  9. Court of Appeal judgment on establishing discriminatory conduct in police force - Chief Constable of Greater Manchester v Bailey [CA] 14.06.17 (Unreported)
  10. Disability discrimination and reasonable adjustments - Pulman v Merthyr Tydfil College Ltd [EAT] 28.04.17 (Unreported)
  11. Indirect age discrimination in teaching scheme: proportionality - Re Early's Application for Leave to Appeal for Judicial Review [QBD (NI)] 19.05.17 (Unreported)
  12. Former fiscal sues for injury through stress at work
  13. British workers cheated out of £1.5bn holiday pay
  14. Law Society calls for inspectors to enforce workers' rights
  15. Top 50 UK employers for social mobility
  16. Advocate General opinion in working time case - Antonio Fernando Maio Marques da Rosa v Varzim Sol - Turismo, Jogo e Animacao SA (C-306/16) [ECJ AdvGen] 21.06.17 (Unreported)
  17. Dealing with pending but out of time application for reconsideration of judgment - TCO In-well Technologies UK Ltd v Stuart [EAT] 19.04.17 (Unreported)
  18. EU nationals right to remain in the UK post Brexit
  19. TUPE transfer as part of pre-pack (ECJ judgment) - Federatie Nederlandse Vakvereniging v Smallsteps BV (2017) (C-126/16) [ECJ] 22.06.17 (Unreported)
  20. No Small Change: The Economic Potential of Closing the Gender Pay Gap. [SP Paper 179, 6th Report (Session 5)]
  21. Post-Brexit offer to EU nationals in the UK
  22. Dismissal for "conduct" reasons: whether conduct had to be culpable - JP Morgan Securities Plc v Ktorza [EAT] 11.05.17 (Unreported)