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Ms C Spragg vs Richemont (UK)
Your organisation can be liable for bullying and harassment even if it takes place outside the workplace.
Clive Bellman v Northampton Recruitment
The Christmas party is a fun way to bond with your team and see colleagues outside the workplace, but at workplace events like this it is still important to remind everyone that inclusive behaviour should be expected even outside the office or workstation, as employers can still be liable for bul
Ms Jagruti Rajput vs Commerzbank AG
Treating a colleague unfairly because they are pregnant, breastfeeding or have recently given birth are all forms of pregnancy and maternity discrimination.
Ayub Patel vs the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)
Some employees believe they can express any opinion they want to voice on social media as long as the comments are made outside work, but do not realise the impact their words might have on their employer, line manager, or clients.