Tag Archive: Court of Appeal


Is an individual a worker if there is a right of substitution?

The Court of Appeal has given guidance in the latest in a series of judgmentsView Article

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Does the lack of an appeal make a redundancy dismissal unfair?

Employees with more than 2 years’ service have the right not to be unfairly dismissed.View Article

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When can an Employment Tribunal order re-engagement of an unfairly dismissed employee?

If an employee succeeds in a claim of unfair dismissal against their employer, they canView Article

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Is a dismissed employee entitled to compensation for loss of Permanent Health Insurance benefits?

Employers often provide their employees with permanent health insurance (PHI)  during periods of long termView Article

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Can giving false reason for dismissal lead to inference of discrimination?

In a discrimination claim, an individual must prove facts from which a reasonable Tribunal couldView Article

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Unlawful inducement to forgo collective bargaining rights?

The Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA) prohibits employers from inducing theirView Article

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shared parental pay

Clarity on whether it is discriminatory to fail to enhance shared parental pay

The Court of Appeal has now given guidance on whether it is discriminatory for employersView Article

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Is an employer liable for the actions of an employee at an after-work party?

Employers can be liable for the wrongdoing committed by an employee where there is sufficientView Article

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