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Court of Appeal judgment: Sleep-in shifts do not count as time work for National Minimum Wage (NMW) purposes

United Kingdom - July 13 2018 The Court of Appeal has today handed down its much anticipated judgment in the case of Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake. In allowing Mencap's...

Joanne Bell.


Covert Surveillance: does it breach the right to privacy?

European Union - February 8 2018 The use of hidden cameras did violate the right to privacy of employees who were dismissed for theft, according to the European Court of Human Rights...

Ceri Fuller, Louise Bloomfield, Guy Bredenkamp, Deborah Hely, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Khurram Shamsee, Richard Loxley, Georgina Rowley, James Rhodes, Katy Horner, Philip Harman, David Sims.


Whistleblowing: the person subjecting a whistleblower to a detriment must be personally motivated by a protected disclosure

United Kingdom - February 8 2018 The EAT has decided that, to be liable for a detriment under whistleblowing legislation, a person who subjects a worker to a detriment must personally...

Ceri Fuller, Louise Bloomfield, Guy Bredenkamp, Deborah Hely, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Khurram Shamsee, Richard Loxley, Georgina Rowley, James Rhodes, Katy Horner, Philip Harman, David Sims.


Collective Bargaining: outsourced workers not entitled to collectively bargain with "De Facto" employer

United Kingdom - February 8 2018 The Central Arbitration Committee has rejected a claim that outsourced workers employed at a university should be entitled to bargain collectively...

Ceri Fuller, Louise Bloomfield, Guy Bredenkamp, Deborah Hely, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Khurram Shamsee, Richard Loxley, Georgina Rowley, James Rhodes, Katy Horner, Philip Harman, David Sims.


Whistleblowing: a detriment claim can be brought against overseas colleagues

United Kingdom - February 8 2018 The EAT has held that whistleblowing claims can be brought against co-workers who are based abroad if the co-workers have a sufficiently strong...

Ceri Fuller, Louise Bloomfield, Guy Bredenkamp, Deborah Hely, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Khurram Shamsee, Richard Loxley, Georgina Rowley, James Rhodes, Katy Horner, Philip Harman, David Sims.