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Draft Fixed-Term Work Regulations: An EOR Guide

The government has published its final consultation on the Fixed-Term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002. Draft Regulations have been issued and are reproduced below.

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The Employment Bill is currently going through its Committee Stage in the House of Commons, where a number of amendments have been made.

The Employment Bill and equal opportunities: an EOR Guide

The government's Employment Bill, given a second reading on 27 November 2001, contains a number of measures with important implications for equal opportunities.

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Last year was busy one for equal opportunities - and there is no prospect of any let-up.

Alarming pay gap revealed in Wales

Women'saverage hourly earnings in Wales are still a disturbing 13% lower than those of men, reveals the first in-depth study of the pay gap in Wales*.

Government vetoes equal pay legislation

In its response to the Kingsmill report on women's employment and pay on 5 December 2001 the government resisted any form of compulsion on employers to close the pay gap.

Implementing the Employment and Race Directives

The government has issued its consultation document on implementing the EU Framework Employment and Race Directives.

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It is interesting to reflect on the issues of the day when EOR was launched and the agenda today and to see that, although much has changed, there is much that remains the same.

Pay disclosure suggested

Pre-tribunal disclosure of pay data is one of the recommendations proposed in a consultation document by Denise Kingsmill CBE, who was appointed by the government to carry out an independent review into women's employment and pay.

Women move into management despite discrimination

Almost half of women managers (46%) feel that their career progression has been good or excellent, and over a third (35%) perceive a significant decline in the influence of the "old boys network", according to a recent survey of around 1,500 women managers by the Institute of Management (IM).

EOC calls for pay review targets

Julie Mellor, Chair of the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) has challenged the Government to set a concrete target on the number of employers to have carried out a pay review within three years.

New Equality Standard for local councils

Local authorities across the country will now be able to measure the effectiveness of their equality strategies using a single new standard for race, gender and disability.

Men and women in the workforce

Despite the growth in flexible working and the significant educational advances made by women over the past two decades, a new report from National Statistics shows that there remains a deep gender divide in the labour force in relation to work and family commitments, occupational segregation, and earnings. We examine the relative positions of men and women in these key areas.

Glaring inequalities persist, says EOC

"Britain still has to address the glaring inequalities that so many women and men face," said Julie Mellor, chair of the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC), at the launch of its 2000/01 annual report.

Academic pay gap widens

For every pound earned by male academics in 2000, their female colleagues earned only 84 pence, reports the Association of University Teachers (AUT).

Protection from religious discrimination

Many faith groups in the UK remain unprotected from religious discrimination. The European Employment Framework Directive looks set to change this with an obligation on member states to introduce legislation by 2 December 2003. Below, we engage in the debate surrounding some of the main issues involved in introducing new legislation. And in a separate case study, we examine the experience of dealing with religious discrimination in the Netherlands, where it has been outlawed since 1994.

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The second of our two-part series on the interpretation of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) by the employment tribunals and the appellate courts focuses on the meaning of disability discrimination by employers - sections 5 and 6 of the Act.

Employers unaware of pay gap

Most organisations do not believe that they have an equal pay problem, even though full-time female employees still earn only 82% of the average hourly wage of full-time male employers.

Government acts on equal pay law

Prior to the 2001 general election, the Government announced a series of measures to make the equal pay laws simpler, faster and fairer to operate.

Interpreting the DDA - part 2: discrimination, justification and adjustment

The meaning of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) as it has been interpreted by the employment tribunals and the appellate courts is examined here in the second of a two-part series. Part One (EOR 94) looked at the meaning of "disability".


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