Human Rights - Article 11, Trade Union Law
Appeals matter too
Striking Out a Respondent’s Defence
Human Rights - Article 11, Trade Union Law, Trade Unions
BEIS argues disciplining striking workers may be legitimate and lawful.
Health and Safety, Unfair Dismissal, Whistleblowing
Protection for employees who complain of bullying
Breach of Contract, Employment Appeal Tribunal, Unfair Dismissal, Wrongful Dismissal
Waiving a breach?
‘Bastard Defence’ fails at Alpha Omega Security
Disability Discrimination, Equality Act 2010
Is it Proportionate?
Employment Status, Health and Safety
Health and Safety Rights for Workers
‘Fire and rehire’ under spotlight
The value of a ‘valueless’ claim
Not with a bang but a whimper?
Civil Service employer found to have anti-union animus as it loses employment tribunal case.
Compensation for Right of Accompaniment Breach
Menopause, Disability and the Equality Act 2010.
Disability, Reasonable Adjustments
Short term sickness absences and disability
The right of accompaniment beyond section 10 of the Employment Relations Act 1999
Solidarity with Cetin
Human Rights - Article 11, Trade Unions
Lockdown and the right to picket
Employment Law Reform, Employment Rights Act 1996, Employment Status, Health and Safety, Sickess/coronavirus
How the Employment Rights Act is not fit for purpose in a world of lockdowns
Breach of Contract, Unfair Dismissal, Wrongful Dismissal
Why an 1888 court judgment is (unfortunately) still relevant for employees
Employment Relations Act 1999, Right to accompaniment
Sacked for helping colleague
Employment Appeal Tribunal, Grievance, Unfair Dismissal, Whistleblowing
ACAS uplifts in automatically unfair dismissals
Employment Tribunal, Fair Investigation, Unfair Dismissal