Occupational requirements

The issue of religion or belief as an occupational requirement when recruiting staff has not been the subject of litigation in recent years. But with the abolition of employment tribunal fees in July 2017, this is set to rise.

Lucy McLynn explains why it is time to revist the topic, and the cardinal rules to apply.

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