Employment Law Weekly News Update – 25 January 2018

In this edition:

• A Polish employee succeeds in a direct race discrimination claim against his employer and a colleague after an ET finds the colleague told him in “essence” that his daughter or his family should go back to Poland.
• The CAC has rejected a claim that contract workers providing services at the University of London should be entitled to bargain collectively with the University, as the University is, in effect, their employer.
• New research from Stonewall focusing on the experiences of 870 trans and non-binary people by YouGov, reveals the daily discrimination faced by trans people, with 51% admitting to hiding their identity at work.
• The Disclosure and Barring Service have launched a new online