Employment Law News Analysis

Holiday pay update

Many of our readers will already have read in the press that the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) dismissed the appeal of British Gas in the well-publicised Lock case.
Stuart Swan
19th May 2016

No special rules for social media misconduct - expert comments

Whilst the EAT declined to give any specific guidance to employers on how to deal with dismissals for misuse of social media in the case of The British Waterways...
David Reid
18th Aug 2015

How public does a Public Interest Disclosure need to be?

This EAT decision substantially limits the ‘public interest’ test and opens the door to claimants arguing that a disclosure which, perhaps even admittedly,...
David Reid
29th May 2015

No TUPE transfer when the service provision change is in respect of a short-term contract - Expert Comments

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has defined a 12-month contract as ‘short-term’ and therefore excluded from the application of the TUPE Regulations...
David Reid
15th Nov 2012

Recent EAT Case - Refusal of Alternative Employment to be Reasonable

When an employee’s role is declared redundant, it does not automatically follow that the employment relationship will be terminated…
David Reid
14th Feb 2012

Sick employees must request holidays to get holiday pay - Expert Comments

As regular readers of our updates will be aware, there has recently been a tide of court judgments upholding the rights of long-term absentees to receive...
David Reid
15th Nov 2011

Information to challenge redundancy scoring

Employees must get enough information to challenge redundancy scoring
David Reid
16th Nov 2010
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