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An article addressing the question whether employers can and should offer enhanced contractual maternity pay to mothers, but only statutory shared parental leave pay to fathers? This article is by Emplaw Online authors Gowling WLG and follows the recent tribunal case of Ali v Capita Customer Management Limited which found that an employer directly discriminated against a male employee in only offering statutory pay if he took shared parental leave, whereas female colleagues taking maternity leave were entitled to enhanced contractual maternity pay.

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The manifesto was stated by PM Theresa May to be ‘the greatest expansion in workers’ rights by any Conservative government in history’. This article examines those pledges and the likelihood of delivery.

 

An invite from Emplaw Contributors Moorcrofts to a free seminar aimed at employers interested in questions such as:  Do you know what steps you can take to obtain proof that an employee may be breaching their obligations and what can you do to enforce any restrictions?

The event takes place near Marlow in the Thames Valley on 29th June 9-11:30am. For more information click here and to register, please click here