London: Indirect Discrimination: where are we now? Gender pay reporting: Can it really fill the gap?

On December 6th Heather Williams QC and Henrietta Hill QC will be presenting a talk on indirect discrimination. This discrimination double header will consider the implications of recent indirect discrimination appellate case law, identifying and discussing the trends and outstanding issues and examine the new gender pay reporting regime, and explore how far it will go in meeting the recognised gender pay gap.

 

This meeting is free of charge to members and open to non-members for a nominal fee (details below).  Members are encouraged to pre-book their attendance at this meeting if possible but they can also pitch up at the session without doing so if they prefer.

 

Non-members are however asked to pay a nominal fee of £15 (reduced to £5 for trainee solicitors, voluntary sector workers, pupil barristers and unwaged) in advance of the meeting.

 

Non-members should click here to book their attendance and pay on-line (using a debit card only)

 

For more information please visit the Industrial Law Society website.

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