The Birmingham Employment Tribunal has decided that a non-binary/gender fluid male to female transitioner did have protected characteristic of gender reassignment despite not having undergone any medical procedure in the case of Taylor v Jaguar. Ms Taylor worked for Jaguar as an engineer. In 2017, she informed management that she was transitioning from male to female.[…]
Recent Decision of Taylor v Jaguar confirms no medical procedure necessary to establish gender reassignment protection.
While some people are enjoying working from home, this is not the case for everyone and the negative impacts over several months are taking a toll on some employees. ‘Employers are unsure of their responsibilities for mental health and how to deal with performance issues, when the boundary between home and work has become blurred,’[…]