Human Rights - Article 11, Trade Union Law
Tag: Employment Law
A common mistake
Leave / Working Time, Right to accompaniment
Requesting flexible working: can, will, or false promise?
The man dismissed for “certain gymnastic exercises”
Disability Discrimination, Reasonable Adjustments
A reasonable adjustment is not always the adjustment requested
The Section 1 Statement in the Employment Rights Act 1996
Employment Rights Act 1996, Pay
Pyrrhic Pay Victories? Why a section 8 (ERA) payslip claim should not be delayed.
Employment Law Reform, Trade Unions, Unfair Dismissal
Does the ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures give employees bad advice? Short answer: yes (sometimes).
What is a “skilled adviser” and why should a trade union representative care?
Breach of Contract, Trade Unions
USDAW appear to adopt union busting tactics of ‘lock-out’ and ‘part performance.’
Employment Tribunal, Wrongful Dismissal
What is so constructive about constructive dismissal?
Disability, Disability Discrimination
The Diagnosis Free Disability
Breach of Contract, Employment Rights Act 1996, Pay
Pension Contributions and Deductions from Wages
What if an employer mislays an employee resignation?
Employment Tribunal, Misconduct
The Local Authority who ‘dismissed’ a former employee
Breach of Contract, Redundancy, Unfair Dismissal
One is the loneliest number
New ACAS and EHRC guidance issued
The Problem with Bank Holidays
Performance Dismissals and Final Warnings
Feeling the Heat
Second Employment Tribunal determines Long Covid can be a disability
Employment Tribunal, Harassment
Bald Facts Only
Fair Investigation, Human Rights - Article 8