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Prove it! Right to work in UK meant reason for dismissal not illegality

United Kingdom - October 30 2017 An employer conducted an audit of its workforce to ensure that it had documents confirming each employee's right to work in the UK. This was…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.

Open for business - Women and Equalities Committee re-opens inquiries

United Kingdom - October 2 2017 The Women and Equalities Committee has announced that it is re-opening two inquiries from the previous Parliament, taking forward the evidence it…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.

Border crossing - wide approach to reinstatement

United Kingdom - October 2 2017 It is relatively unusual for a tribunal to order reinstatement or re-engagement after a successful unfair dismissal claim. However, the EAT decision…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.

Too much information? References to previous incidents did not make investigation unfair

United Kingdom - October 2 2017 The claimant worked as a nurse providing telephone advice to patients. She was dismissed for misconduct following a "Patient Safety Incident" in…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.

Let's talk about it - changing terms and redundancy consultation

European Union, United Kingdom - September 29 2017 A hospital in Poland proposed changes to employee terms and conditions as a result of financial difficulties. If employees did not accept the changes…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.