Tag Archive: employment tribunal

whistleblowing

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
Resignation in the 'heat of the moment'

Is a resignation ‘in the heat of the moment’ really a resignation?

Often, when an employee resigns it will be clear that the resignation is really intended. View Article

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Preventing sexual harassment – the employer’s new statutory duty

Employers will have a new legal duty to take reasonable steps to prevent sexual harassmentView Article

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sexual harassment
menopause

Menopause in the workplace – guidance for employers

The Government has published a policy paper setting out the Menopause Employment Champion’s plan toView Article

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Underpaid holiday pay – where are we now?

Employees are entitled to 4 weeks annual leave, deriving from the Working Time Directive, andView Article

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holiday pay
reasonable adjustments

Is there a duty to make reasonable adjustments for job applicants?

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

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Positive action in the workplace – guidance published

The Equality Act 2010 (the Act) protects employees from unlawful discrimination in the workplace.  TheView Article

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Positive action