Posts Tagged Tribunals

Trade Union representative WAS unfairly dismissed

The following article was in People Management on 18 June 2018 and was written by Maggie Baska. In their duties as Union Reps, the Reps are often handed information. In this case, a rep used the information to raise a collective grievance, he was then dismissed. He

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Pimlico Plumbers – Supreme Court outcome

Further calls for clearer gig economy laws after Pimlico Plumbers’ Supreme Court defeat Today (13 June 2018) sees the Supreme Court rule that a former engineer at Pimlico Plumbers was a worker and was NOT self-employed.  The article below taken directly from People Management published today outlines

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Extending a probation period WAS discrimination

An article in People Management caught my eye today. It tells of the potential minefield of discrimination when an employee (new or otherwise) tells an employer of their pregnancy.  It would seem in the case below that there were some concerns regarding job performance, however, it would

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Employment highlights: October 2017

In the employment arena this month there is focus on Unfair dismissal, Discrimination, GDPR, Families and Pregnancy and a few other bits to temp you. Unfair dismissal The Court of Appeal has held that an employee was not automatically unfairly dismissed for making protected disclosures to her

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Importance of Documentation in HR

A recent case in the Central London Employment Tribunal made clear how important it is for paperwork to be up to date. When a member of staff is: promoted; demoted; changes job title; changes hours; and even has a change in salary; all of these should be

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