Tag Archives: bad faith

2020’s parting gift to UK employers – you really shouldn’t have

It is easy to dismiss some EAT decisions as a storm in a teacup, legally-speaking, all very traumatic for those bobbing about in them, but of little significance to the wider world of employment law or practice. Steer – v – Stormsure Limited earlier this month is not one of those decisions. It has the … Continue Reading

Are negligent race discrimination allegations protected by UK law?

An employer retaliating against the maker of a race discrimination complaint will be guilty of victimisation unless the complaint is untrue and made in bad faith. But what if the complaint is made negligently? Is that bad faith? A good example of a negligent race discrimination allegation appeared in last week’s London Evening Standard concerning … Continue Reading