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Just How Wide Is The Band Of Reasonable Responses For Misconduct Dismissals?
In Newbound v Thames Water Utilities Ltd, the Court of Appeal has restored an Employment Tribunal's decision that the Claimant was unfairly dismissed for a breach of his employer's health and safety procedures.
UK
3 Aug 2015
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Employment Appeal Tribunal Gives Guidance On What Constitutes Sufficient Knowledge Of A Disability To Give Rise To A Duty To Make Reasonable Adjustments
In Donelien v Liberata, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employer did not have constructive knowledge of an employee’s disability, even though further steps could have been taken to investigate her condition.
UK
23 Mar 2015
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Contractual Flexibility Clauses Must Be Clear And Unambiguous To Give An Employer A Right To Make Unilateral Changes
In the case of Norman and others v National Audit Office UKEAT/0276/14, the Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") confirmed that flexibility clauses in employment contracts which seek to give employers the right to make unilateral changes to the contract’s terms will be interpreted restrictively against employers.
UK
11 Mar 2015
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