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Dismissing For Poor Performance When The Employee Has Raised 'Whistleblowing' Concerns
The case of Royal Mail Group Limited -v- Ms K Jhuti concerned a scenario that might be unnervingly familiar to many. Ms Jhuti was a new employee who was discontented about the allocation of accounts to her.
UK
21 Jul 2016
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Tips On References
There is generally no obligation under English law to provide an ex-employee with a reference. However, as with all rules, there are exceptions (for example in the financial services sector).
UK
5 Jan 2016
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Employee References - New Guidance And Our Tips
In the case of Pnaiser -v- NHS England and Coventry City Council, the Employment Appeal Tribunal reminds employers - new and old - of the risks associated with negative references.
UK
5 Jan 2016
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New Guidance On Handling Disability-Related Absence
The Court of Appeal in Griffiths -v- Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (SOSWP) has grappled with the tricky issue of an employer's duties when trying to manage disability-related absence.
UK
15 Dec 2015
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Sickness And Holiday Pay - The Latest Guidance From The EAT
The facts are straightforward. Mr Plumb was injured in an accident in April 2010. He remained on sick leave until his employment ended in February 2014. Mr Plumb did not request any holiday in 2010, 2011 or 2012.
UK
21 Jul 2015
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Sickness And Accrued Holiday
The Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Plumb -v- Duncan Print Group Ltd provides important guidance on how to deal with requests to take holiday that has accrued during periods of sickness absence – in particular, requests made after the end of the relevant holiday year.
UK
20 Jul 2015
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A Reason To Withhold Money?
Last week the High Court delivered its judgment in the case of Mr Williams v Leeds United Football Club. Mr Williams was given notice of termination of his employment by reason of redundancy in July 2013.
UK
4 Mar 2015
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New 2 Year Limit On Claims For Backdated Pay
From 1 July 2015, claims for backdated pay, including holiday pay, will be limited to a maximum of 2 years under legislation introduced last week.
UK
22 Dec 2014
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All Change: Sweeping Reforms To The Employment Tribunal System
The Government has proposed introducing a series of employment tribunal reforms, aimed at addressing concerns raised by businesses (and small businesses in particular) that employment tribunals have become overly costly and time-consuming.
UK
10 Feb 2011
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Agency Workers And Employment Status
In recent times, case law has turned against agency workers being able to easily assert a direct employment relationship with the end user/client. A new Court of Appeal case (Tilson v Alstom Transport) continues this trend.
UK
5 Jan 2011
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