Tag Archive: employment tribunal

reasonable adjustments

Is it a reasonable adjustment to offer an employee a trial in a new role?

Employers have a duty under the Equality Act in some circumstances to make reasonable adjustmentsView Article

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What’s changing for employers in April?

April is normally a busy time of year for employers and HR professionals, and thisView Article

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April 2024
Parental leave

Dismissal for ‘seeking’ to take parental leave?

It is automatically unfair to dismiss an employee if the reason or principal reason forView Article

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Does an employer remain liable for harassment of an employee if the perpetrator transfers under TUPE?

Where TUPE (the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006) applies, employees automatically transferView Article

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Tribunal fees

The return of Employment Tribunal fees?

The Government has published consultation on the proposal to re-introduce fees for issuing claims inView Article

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Interviews and reasonable adjustments

The duty to make reasonable adjustments arises where there is a provision, criterion or practiceView Article

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Reasonable adjustments

Whistleblowing claims and uplifts in compensation

An employee can issue a claim in the Employment Tribunal if they believe they haveView Article

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Constructive dismissal and delay – engaging in a grievance procedure

Constructive unfair dismissal claims can arise where an employee with more than two years’ serviceView Article

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Constructive Dismissal
When should consultation start in a redundancy process?

When should consultation start in a redundancy process?

An employee with more than two years’ service has the right to bring a claimView Article

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Changes to the Equality Act on the horizon

The Government has published draft regulations which will amend the Equality Act 2010.  The purposeView Article

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Equality Act