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By Emma Clark, David Widdowson
A new set of rules has been proposed designed to streamline the operation of Employment Tribunals.
By Emma Clark, David Widdowson
Employees who are dismissed whilst on long term sick leave do not need to request ‘carry-over’ of untaken holiday in order to receive a payment in lieu of such holiday
By Emma Clark, David Widdowson
It is not often that the world of bankers and clerical workers collide. Barclays Capital must have spent time deliberating whether they were legally permitted to claw-back Bob Diamond's deferred bonuses and share options around the same time that Baby P’s social workers heard from the Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") that their new managers were allowed to take a different view from their old managers regarding their behaviour.
By Emma Clark, David Widdowson
The Employment Tribunal has announced the new fee regime which should come into force in the Summer of 2013.
By Emma Clark, David Widdowson
The Court of Appeal has decided that a senior employee did not owe a fiduciary duty or a duty of fidelity when he set out to compete with his employer.
By Emma Clark
On 14 September 2012, the Government backed the Mental Health (Discrimination) Bill; the first key stage in the legislative process is therefore complete.
By Emma Clark, David Widdowson
An employee who was vindicated by his employer following an unfair suspension could not claim constructive dismissal.