Wednesday 2nd December 2020 | 2PM – 3PM | Zoom Webinar Platform
Robin Moira White will discuss what are the implications of Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover, decided by the Birmingham employment tribunal on 14 September 2020, for the protected characteristic of Gender Reassignment? Has it been broadened to ‘Gender Identity’? Are gender-fluid and non-binary and other complex gender identities now protected? What are the implications for internal policies? What lessons does the case teach about the handling of diversity and inclusion by a large employer?
Robin Moira White acted for the Claimant in the case.
A one-hour session with a generous allowance for questions on this interesting recent development.
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