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United Kingdom: Court of Appeal finds employee was not unfairly dismissed for refusing to work over COVID-19 concerns

United Kingdom - December 23 2022 The Court of Appeal has upheld the decisions of the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal that an employee was not automatically…

Carl Richards, Julia Wilson

United Kingdom: Government publishes response to flexible working consultation

United Kingdom - December 9 2022 The government has published its response to the "Making flexible working the default" consultation that it ran last year, confirming that it will…

Paul Harrison, Monica R. Kurnatowska

United Kingdom: Government publishes response to flexible working consultation

United Kingdom - December 9 2022 The government has published its response to the "Making flexible working the default" consultation that it ran last year, confirming that it will…

Paul Harrison, Monica R. Kurnatowska

United Kingdom: What is a valid job evaluation scheme for equal pay purposes?

United Kingdom - November 11 2022 The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has given some helpful guidance on what constitutes a valid job evaluation scheme for the purposes of bringing…

Monica R. Kurnatowska, Robert (Rob) J. Marsh

United Kingdom: Grievance investigation report cannot acquire privilege status retrospectively

United Kingdom - October 4 2022 The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an original version of a grievance investigation report that did not attract legal advice or…

Monica R. Kurnatowska, Kim Sartin