Posted by Izzie Watts,
HR Hub: Veganism, philosophical beliefs and other developments in discrimination law
Our Hubs are a joint initiative for senior HR professionals to discuss current employment law issues. The Hubs are an excellent opportunity to share experiences, best practice and innovative thinking.
Join Royds Withy King’s Employment & HR team and Juice Recruitment at our next HR Hub to discuss the recent Veganism case and other developments in discrimination law.
The recent case on whether Veganism is a protected philosophical belief is just one of a string of recent cases in which equality and discrimination law has continued to evolve. In this session, Richard White will facilitate a discussion on the direction of travel of discrimination law, and the practical steps you should consider taking as a result. The areas for discussion may include:
- The impact and practical issues arising from the Veganism case.
- How to spot and deal with disability discrimination issues relating to Section 15 of the Equality Act 2010.
- Proposals to extend protection against redundancy in connection with pregnancy and maternity leave.
Date: Tuesday 28 January 2020
Time: 8.30am to 10am
Cost: Free. A light breakfast will be provided on arrival.
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To book your place, or if you have any questions, please contact us on
0800 051 8054 Email us