On this week's XpertHR Weekly, we discuss the Employment Appeal
Tribunal decision in The Manchester College v Hazel and another EAT/0642/11
& EAT/0136/12, in which it held that the employment tribunal was correct
to find that the respondent did not have an ETO defence in respect of the two
claimants, who were dismissed as a result of harmonisation following a
post-TUPE-transfer redundancy process. We also discuss King v Gurso
Plant & Linings Ltd ET/1301878/12, in which the employment tribunal
found that a worker who had refused to work more than 48 hours per week was
automatically unfairly dismissed by his employer.
Presenter Jeya Thiruchelvam is joined by John Read and Sarah
Anderson. Edited and produced by Luke Smith.
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