I am often asked by employees whether it is okay to record meetings with their employer and by employers what they can do when a covert recording comes to light.
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Rhian Radia joined Bishop & Sewell to head up the employment team in 2019.
She has a City background and over 19 years of experience practising employment law. Rhian advises both companies and senior individuals on a full range of employment matters and is well placed to see employment issues from every perspective. She works closely with HR teams to promote claim avoidance and manage risk. Rhian is committed to understanding the specific needs of her various clients and has particular experience of advising in the financial services, healthcare and media sectors.
A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case concerning religious belief discrimination highlights the importance of making it clear why employment (or an appointment in this case) is being ended. Clarity is key.
When the Equality and Human Rights Commission asked YouGov to conduct a survey about attitudes of employers towards pregnancy discrimination, 36% of employers agreed that it is reasonable to ask women about plans to have children in the future during recruitment.