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First Transgender Discrimination Case Against Gig Economy Company

The gig economy has been under considerable legal fire in recent months, and in the latest turn, a transgender woman is bringing a discrimination claim against the courier company Gnewt Cargo, and its parent company, Menzies Distribution.

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Report Calls for Abolition of ‘Alpha-Male’ Culture in Financial Services

The 'alpha-male' culture that exists within the finance sector must be abolished to encourage the progression of women to senior levels. 

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Employers Failing to Take Steps to Address Sexual Harassment

The United States has been very much at the forefront of the sexual harassment at work scandal, with the allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein triggering a flood of revelations about the harassment suffered by women across the US, Europe and beyond. 

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Commission Criticises ‘Corrosive Working Cultures’

A new report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission has claimed that corrosive working cultures, including the use of non-disclosure agreements, have silenced the voices of victims and normalised sexual harassment. The Commission has also put forward a set of recommendations to better protect people at work. 

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Harassment in Financial Services

Women employed in the financial services sector continue to be the victims of harassment and other forms of discrimination, new research has found. 

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