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Too Remote – Claim Against Co-Workers Outside Great Britain Dismissed
A tribunal or court can only hear a whistleblowing claim against a British employer from someone working outside Great Britain if there is a stronger connection with Great Britain and British employment law...
UK
28 May 2019
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Unrecognisable – No Right To Collective Bargaining With Outsourcing Client
Under the statutory trade union recognition procedure, the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) will not accept a recognition application unless the application is for recognition by the employer
UK
30 Apr 2019
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Truth Be Told – Credibility Findings Required Appeal But Not Investigation
In most disciplinary situations it will be part of a fair process for an employer to carry out an investigation into suspected misconduct before deciding to take disciplinary action.
UK
30 Apr 2019
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Space Invaders – Parking Policy Relevant To Reasonable Adjustments Claim
When a member of staff asks for reasonable adjustments, managers need to make sure that they are aware of relevant internal policies and procedures.
UK
30 Apr 2019
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Proper Cause – Suspension Not A Repudiatory Breach Of Contract
It has been clear for a number of years that suspending an employee who is facing disciplinary allegations could amount to a breach of the implied duty of mutual trust and confidence.
UK
5 Apr 2019
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Employment Law Newsletter – March 2019
Our Paris office is pleased to present its monthly newsletter on employment matters.
France
5 Apr 2019
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Pre-Suspension Hearings, No More?
Over the past 10 years, employers in the private sector where thrust into conducting a precautionary suspension hearing to avoid a claim of an unfair labour practice (public sector employers already played in that arena).
South Africa
3 Apr 2019
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