Employment Law update - People Matters #17

paternity

Welcome to Edition Seventeen of our Employment and Pensions newsletter: People Matters.

In this issue we cover:

  1. Was a failure to pay enhanced pay to a father on additional paternity leave discriminatory?
  2. Shared parental leave is almost here
  3. Was a failure to disregard a final written warning a failure to make Reasonable Adjustments?

People Matters Edition 17

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