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Employees with temporary incapacity may be disabled

European Union, United Kingdom - December 22 2016 In the case of Daouidi v Bootes Plus SL and ors, the ECJ provided guidance on what constitutes a disability for the purposes of EU law in the context...


Failure to actively promote employees taking breaks is a breach of Working Time Regulations

United Kingdom - November 25 2016 The case of Grange v Abellio London Ltd 2016 UKEAT013016DA involved an employee who brought a claim under the Working Time Regulations 1998...


Employer could not rely upon manifestly inappropriate final warning when dismissing employee

United Kingdom - November 18 2016 The recent case of Bandara v British Broadcasting Corporation involved an employee who was dismissed for misconduct which took place after a final...


Early Conciliation Certificate still valid for events post-certification

United Kingdom - September 21 2016 In Compass Group UK & Ireland Ltd v Mrs T Morgan UKEAT006016RN the Employment Appeal Tribunal faced the question as to whether it was open to an...


Two disability discrimination issues in one case: Reasonable adjustments not effective without employee consent and maintaining a higher level of pay may be seen as a reasonable adjustment

United Kingdom - September 6 2016 In G4S Cash Solutions (UK) Ltd v Powell UKEAT024315RN the EAT found that a reasonable adjustment to accommodate an employee’s disability was not...