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European Court Of Justice: Employers Must Implement A Daily Working Hours Registry
The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") recently ruled that all employers in EU Member States must implement a daily registry of employee working hours.
European Union
18 Jun 2019
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Morrisons Supermarkets Not Vicariously Liable For An Employee’s Attack On Customer
In February 2014, the Court of Appeal determined that Morrisons was not vicariously liable for the acts of an employee who assaulted a customer.
UK
24 Apr 2014
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Challenging Fees
UNISON had applied for judicial review of the Lord Chancellor’s decision to introduce Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal fees.
UK
24 Apr 2014
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Court Of Appeal Confirms That S.108(7) Of The Equality Act 2010 Outlaws Post-Termination Victimisation
The Court of Appeal stated that s.108(7) of the Equality Act 2010, which specifically excluded post-termination victimisation, was likely a drafting error.
UK
24 Apr 2014
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No Implied Term Requiring Payment For Unused Flexible Hours When Dismissed
In Vision Events (UK) Limited v Paterson, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held there was no implied term in an employee’s contract.
UK
23 Apr 2014
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EAT Orders Respondent To Reimburse Successful Claimant For EAT Fees Of £1,600
The EAT issued a conditional costs order requiring Nomura to reimburse a former employee the fee he paid to appeal his Employment Tribunal claim.
UK
23 Apr 2014
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Not Always Dismissal For Cases Of Gross Misconduct
In the case of Brito-Babapulle v Ealing Hospital NHS Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a tribunal erred when it stated that dismissal would always fall within the range of reasonable responses in cases of gross misconduct.
UK
27 Sep 2013
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Enhanced Redundancy Package Based On Custom And Practice
The Courts have recently addressed the issue of whether an employee is entitled to an enhanced redundancy payment based on the custom and practice of the employer.
UK
27 Sep 2013
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Not Always Dismissal For Cases Of Gross Misconduct, HR Headlines
In the case of Brito-Babapulle v Ealing Hospital NHS Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a tribunal erred when it stated that dismissal would always fall within the range of reasonable responses in cases of gross misconduct.
United States
26 Sep 2013
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Enhanced Redundancy Package Based On Custom And Practice, HR Headlines
The Courts have recently addressed the issue of whether an employee is entitled to an enhanced redundancy payment based on the custom and practice of the employer.
United States
26 Sep 2013
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Employment Tribunal Fees - An Update
On 17 June 2013, UNISON confirmed that it was lodging an application in the High Court for judicial review of the introduction of the fees.
UK
26 Sep 2013
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New Employment Rules Of Procedure
At the same time as various other changes in employment law on 29 July 2013, the new Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure came into force.
UK
26 Sep 2013
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New Employment Rules Of Procedure, HR Headlines
At the same time as various other changes in employment law on 29 July 2013, the new Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure came into force.
United States
25 Sep 2013
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Employment Tribunal Fees - An Update, HR Headlines
As reported in our July issue of HR Headlines, the introduction of fees in the Employment Tribunal which took effect on 29 July 2013 has caused some discontent amongst the Trade Unions.
United States
25 Sep 2013
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Fee Fantastic Or Fee Fury?, HR Headlines
From the 29 July 2013, the new fee regime for issuing and hearing claims in the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal will come into force.
United States
5 Aug 2013
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EAT "Re-Writes" Section 188 Of The Trade Union Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 So That 20 Or More Proposed Redundancies No Longer Need To Be At "One Establishment", HR Headlines
The requirement that proposed redundancies of 20 or more within a 90 day period must occur "at one establishment" has received lots of attention in the recent month.
United States
5 Aug 2013
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Retiring A Partner At 65 Years Old Was A Proportionate Means Of Meeting The Employer's Legitimate Aims
An Employment Tribunal has finally decided that an enforced retirement age was justified in the case Seldon v Clarkson Wright & Jakes.
UK
1 Aug 2013
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Fee Fantastic Or Fee Fury? Employers Wanting To Avoid Unmeritorious Claims Might Welcome The New Fees, But UNISON Is Applying For Judicial Review
From the 29 July 2013, the new fee regime for issuing and hearing claims in the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal will come into force.
UK
31 Jul 2013
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EAT "Re-Writes" Section 188 Of The Trade Union Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 So That 20 Or More Proposed Redundancies No Longer Need To Be At "One Establishment"
The requirement that proposed redundancies of 20 or more within a 90 day period must occur "at one establishment" has received lots of attention in the recent month.
UK
31 Jul 2013
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Tribunals And The Court Of Justice Of The European Union Consider Whether Sick Workers Can Carry Over Statutory Holiday And/Or Holiday Pay
In Adams and another v Harwich International Port Ltd, an employment tribunal held that sick workers may carry over their statutory annual leave entitlement until the next leave year (but not necessarily beyond) if unable or unwilling to take it due to sickness or if so required by the employer.
UK
9 Jan 2012
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