The duty on a UK employer to make reasonable adjustments applies only when it knows or ought to know about an employee’s disability. Establishing
If because of your disability you are absent from work and if because of that absence your employer discovers that it doesn't actually need you, does
Fans of the unnecessary medicalisation of management issues in the workplace will be sadly disappointed by a new Employment Appeal Tribunal decision
Way back in, ooh, last month we reported on Carreras -v- UFPS, a case on the extent to which an employer’s expectation of overtime working could be
When you work late in the office, why? Because it will make the following day that bit less fraught? Because you do not want to be seen as a
In the end, the Advocate General reached the inevitable conclusion that obesity by itself is not automatically a disability, but can be if and when
Your employee is sick a lot, mostly stress and related issues. Keen to respect your statutory obligations if you have any, you repeatedly ask your
More hot news from the Department of Cheap Political Gestures earlier this week.
There are some interesting nuggets lurking within the Ministry of Justice statistics for the Employment Tribunal Service for the year to 31 March 2011, released this week.
A number of employment law changes will be taking place in April 2011.