Side effects and definition of disability
Employers must properly record all daily working time to be measured
Written Statement of Particulars of Employment
Can a discretionary bonus be varied so that an employee can become contractually entitled to it?
Government resurrects plans for cap on public sector exit payments
Employment Tribunal decides its first case on the use of Positive Action under s.159 Equality Act 2010.
Employment Bulletin - May 2019
Injury to feelings awards in discrimination claims; what is the purpose and what are the current Vento bands?
Balancing the rights of employers and employees in cases of religious discrimination in the workplace
Employment Bulletin - April 2019
A non-discriminatory explanation for an action does not necessarily exclude the possibility of a discrimination claim
Long term disability benefits will not cease to be provided by an employer purely because the employee is capable of taking up some kind of paid employment
Should peripatetic teachers engaged by schools be recognised as workers and offered worker protection as opposed to being self-employed?
Disciplinary Investigations pending the outcome of a police investigation
Discrimination arising from disability: employee’s mistaken belief and her disability
Employment Bulletin - March 2019
Suspension of teacher accused of using unreasonable force not a repudiatory breach
Unfavourable treatment for restricting access to important email for employee on maternity leave
Were ‘bad leaver’ provisions forcing an employee to give up their shareholding a penalty or an unlawful deduction from wages?
Dismissal partly due to poor working relationships was deemed to be TUPE related
Clarification over the ‘long term’ element for the purposes of the definition of disability
A rest break under UK Working Time Regulations does not need to be a single continuous period of 20 minutes
Counting the Cost of Brexit
Employment Appeal Tribunal: teacher dismissed from ultra-orthodox Jewish nursery for living with her boyfriend is not religious discrimination
Employment Bulletin - February 2019
When was it deemed that the employer knew about the employee’s disability?
Customer facing workers v distribution workers – Equal Pay Comparators
Employers should be keeping records of staff’s actual working time
Supreme Court rules that disclosure of youth reprimands to an employer is incompatible with human rights legislation
In what circumstances do workers automatically lose right to payment in lieu of holiday?
Did a tribunal fail to apply the correct test when assessing disability?
Employer held liable for Employee’s deliberate data breach