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Caroline Walker featured in the FT

Cavendish Employment Law's managing director, Caroline Walker, was featured in the Financial Times this week. Commenting on the legal implications of viewing pornography in the workplace, Caroline said "If an employer is relaxed about pornography, they are opening themselves up to a claim. There should always be clear rules, and you should set out what is expected and what is permissible.”

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Employers’ Response to Sexual Harassment Comes Under Scrutiny

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has announced that it has written to Chairs of the FTSE 100 and other leading employers to remind them of their legal responsibility for the safety and dignity of their employees in ordinary workplaces across the country.

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The Law on Sexual Harassment

In October 2017, numerous allegations of sexual abuse were made against Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein. Since then, many more allegations of this nature, not just within Hollywood but throughout the world and in many different industries, have dominated the headlines. In the UK, several MPs have been accused of sexual harassment, and these revelations were quickly followed by calls for those who are guilty to be held accountable for their actions.

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Improving Workplace Equality

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has called on companies across the UK to do more to improve workplace equality.

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Renewed Focus on Women in Finance

The issue of equality for women working in financial services has come back under the spotlight recently with the launch of a new inquiry by the UK Parliament’s Treasury Committee. 

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