While discussing religious matters on a consensual basis is permissible, employees need to be aware that the repeated and/or forceful imposition of religious views may amount to harassment, as the following case illustrates.
If you are thinking of making a whistleblowing claim at an Employment Tribunal, read this first. You need to have realistic expectations and an understanding of the associated risks.
A case where a number incorrectly entered onto an employment tribunal claim form resulted in the claim being out of time serves to highlight key points to note when completing the ET1.
A woman working for a City firm in London says she was sent home for refusing to wear high heels. Nicola Thorp was sent home without pay from a temporary receptionist job when she refused to wear shoes with heels. The dress code required her to wear a uniform and shoes with a 2-4 inch heel. It raises the question: can employers make women wear heels?