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Junior Doctors: Widely Used Methodology For Monitoring Working Hours And Rest Breaks For Junior Doctors Is Flawed
NHS national terms and conditions of service require NHS trusts to carry out monitoring of junior doctors' working hours and rest breaks to ensure that their pay banding is correct.
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Illegal Workers: Illegal Worker Was Not Barred From Bringing Contractual Claims Against Her Ex Employer
Ms Chikale and her employer, Mrs Okedina, are both Malawian nationals. Using false information, Mrs Okedina obtained a six month visa for Ms Chikale, and brought her into the country as a live in domestic worker.
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Holiday Pay: Holiday Pay Entitlement For Part Year Workers
Under the Working Time Regulations, workers in Great Britain have a right to a minimum of 5.6 weeks' annual leave and are entitled to be paid at the rate of a week's pay in respect of this leave.
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Covert Recordings: An Employee's Covert Recording Is Not Necessarily An Act Of Gross Misconduct
Ms Stockman was employed by Phoenix House Limited. She reported to the Head of the Finance Department, Mr Betha, who reported into the Director of Finance, Mr Lambis. As a result of a
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Disability Discrimination: Employer's Knowledge Of Disability
Employers will not be liable for discrimination arising from a disability if they do not know the employee has a disability. Employers may be considered to have constructive knowledge
UK
13 Aug 2019
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Consultation Update
In the run up to electing a new leader, the Government have been busy publishing consultation responses and setting out more proposals for change in further consultations
UK
9 Aug 2019
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TUPE: National Minimum Wage Pay Information
Ms Bradburn and her colleagues, the claimants in this case, had been employed by Mears Homecare Ltd until their employment transferred to two other employers under TUPE
UK
9 Aug 2019
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Harassment: Are Employers Liable For Employees' Offensive Facebook Posts?
Mr Forbes worked at London Heathrow Airport. One of his colleagues, Ms Stevens, posted an image of a golliwog on her private Facebook page with the caption "Let's see how far he can travel
UK
9 Aug 2019
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Discrimination: Stereotypical Assumptions
Ms Rajput was a senior compliance adviser and vice president at Commerzbank. She, and two other vice presidents, a male and a female, applied for the role of head of market compliance.
UK
9 Aug 2019
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Collective Bargaining: Unlawful Inducement
As we reported (available here), the EAT last year considered section 145B of the Trade Union Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act (TULR(C)A) for the first time
UK
25 Jul 2019
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Right To Privacy: Employer's Reliance In Dismissal Procedure On Material Found By Police On An Employee's Phone Was Not A Breach Of The Employee's Right To Privacy
Mr Garamukanwa was employed by Solent NHS Trust. He had a personal relationship with a colleague, Ms Maclean. After the relationship had ended, he emailed another colleague
UK
25 Jul 2019
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Disability Discrimination: Perceived Disability
Mrs Coffey is a police officer in the Wiltshire Constabulary. At the time of her recruitment, her hearing was slightly below the national standard required for police.
UK
25 Jul 2019
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Whistleblowing: Is An Employee Complaint About Defamation Protected?
To be protected by the whistleblowing legislation, the worker must have made a "qualifying disclosure". This is any disclosure of information which
UK
10 Jul 2019
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Working Time: Compensation For Failure To Provide Rest Breaks
Mr Grange was employed by Abellio London Ltd, initially as a bus driver, then as a worker who monitored and regulated bus services.
UK
10 Jul 2019
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Spotlight On Data Protection Issues In The Employment Sphere
HR professionals handle a wide range of issues from managing organisational change and employee relations processes, to leading diversity initiatives and defending employment tribunal litigation.
UK
4 Jul 2019
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Disability Discrimination: Knowledge Of Disability
The dismissal of an employee may have been discriminatory even though the employer only found out about her disability at the internal appeal hearing.
UK
20 Jun 2019
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Unfair Dismissal: Employer's Failure To Follow Its Own Informal Disciplinary Procedure Resulted In Constructive Dismissal
An employee of an NHS Trust who resigned in response to the issuing of an informal "Improvement Notice" in a manner which was inconsistent with her employer's policy was constructively dismissed.
UK
20 Jun 2019
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Disability Discrimination: Blocking Of Internal Posting For Disabled Employee Was Not Disability Discrimination
An employee with multiple disabilities did not suffer disability discrimination when an overseas posting was blocked because there was a high risk he would need medical attention overseas.
UK
20 Jun 2019
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Working Time: The ECJ Holds That Employers Must Have A System For Measuring Daily Working Time Of All Workers
The European Court of Justice has held that member states must require employers to set up a system for measuring actual daily working time
UK
20 Jun 2019
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