Employment Law Weekly News Update

SM&B’s weekly roundup of employment law news including:

– The ECJ hold that an individual may claim indirect discrimination because of his or her association with an ethnic group disadvantaged by an apparently neutral practice, even though he or she is not of the same ethnicity.
– The House of Commons Justice Select Committee has launched an inquiry into the introduction of courts and tribunal fees and charges which are aimed at reducing judicial costs.
– Acas have published a reminder on summer holiday advice for employers faced with last minute requests as schools start the summer break.
– NICE have published a guideline which makes recommendations on improving the health and wellbeing of employees, with a particular focus on organisational culture and context, and the role of line managers.