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Covert Recordings At Work On The Rise In The UK
It is becoming increasingly common for employees to make covert recordings of meetings held with their employer
UK
21 Aug 2019
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EAT Decision Sheds New Light On Scope Of ACAS Code On Ill Health Dismissals
In this case, the Employment Tribunal had awarded the claimant, a security guard, compensation for unfair dismissal and unlawful discrimination.
UK
24 Jun 2016
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The Dismissal Of A Protected Employee In Consideration Of His/Her Repeated Or Long Sick Leaves Unrelated To An Occupational Disease Is Not Subject To A Prior Redeployment Obligation
Under French law, the dismissal of a ‘protected employee' i.e. an employee having a mandate of trade union or staff representative is subject to the prior authorisation of the French Labour Inspector.
France
25 Apr 2016
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HR Influence In Disciplinary Proceedings Can Render Dismissals Unfair
In Ramphal v Department for Transport (EAT – 2015), the EAT has provided guidance on the appropriate level of HR involvement in disciplinary proceedings.
UK
8 Oct 2015
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New Year - New Social Media Policy?
In what is thought to be the first such case involving Twitter, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has overturned an Employment Judge’s decision that an employee was unfairly dismissed after posting offensive tweets.
UK
7 Jan 2015
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Dismissing A UK Employee? It May Be Cheaper To Wait A While Longer...
There has long been talk of amending the upper limit on the compensatory award for unfair dismissals, and we now have confirmation and details of this new statutory cap.
UK
21 Jun 2013
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