Employment Law Weekly News Update – 16 May 2019

In this edition:

• The ECJ rule that Member States must require employers to set up an objective, reliable and accessible system enabling the duration of time worked each day by each worker, including rest breaks, to be measured.
• Three organisations that have failed to report their gender pay gap information on time for the second year in a row have been publicly named and shamed by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
• Business Disability Forum have published the results of its ‘The Great Big Workplace Adjustments Survey’ looking at the experiences of individuals with disabilities and workplace modifications.
• A new Acas report ‘New technology and the world of work: the winners and the losers’, reveals that its research reinforced the view, held by many experts, that new technology is a double-edged sword.