What Is Equality In The Workplace In Hull

What Is Equality In The Workplace – ML Solicitors Legal Advice; Are you an employer seeking advice and guidance with regards to what is classed as equality in the workplace to ensure that you are implementing fair policies and equal opportunities into your organisation in Hull? Then you should make a no obligation call to the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as our dedicated team offer a range of employment and commercial law services that include advice and assistance in drafting company policies and procedures documentation to ensure that you are operating fairly and legally whilst also protecting the best interests of your organisation.

Enei.org (Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion) published an article on the second to July 2013 reporting on how "workplace flexibility still carries a stigma".

The article says that "As we move in the UK towards a culture in which the right to request flexible working is extended to all employees is interesting to reflect on what difference this will make to both women and men".

Under current employment legislation parents of children at the age of 17 (18 in the case of disabled children) as well as carers of adults have the right to request for a change in the number of hours they work and the times that they work them if they have the service of their employer for 26 weeks and the requested change is in connection with the care.

Are you in search of experienced legal professionals who could advise what is classed as thecorrect equality policy that you should be implementing in the workplace at your organisation in Hull? Then don?t hesitate to call the experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors who could use their extensive experience and vast knowledge in the fields of employment and commercial law to offer you advice that is tailored to suit your business requirements and guidance with regards to equality and diversity policies within your organisation in Hull.

The above-mentioned article further explains that "Recent US research summarised in the New York Times reveals that there is still a stigma attached to flexible working. Among other things the researchers accept the effect taking leave after the birth of the child (or likely to be penalising less likely to get promoted or receive raises) as well as the reasons some professional women decide to leave work after having children (working reduced hours resulted in less meaningful work assignments). They also looked at how the perception of women using flexible arrangements differs across class clients: affluent women often receive the message that they should stay at home where poor women are more likely to hear that they shouldn’t have had children to begin with."

For advice and guidance on what is considered to be good practice with regards to equality and diversity policies in the workplace and assist in drafting maintaining and implementing company policies and procedures that are fair and compliant with all current equality and diversity legislation at your organisation in Hull consult with the employment and commercial law specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors today by calling: 0113 200 9720.


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