A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 30 April 2012, including an employment tribunal ruling a move by Boots to cut some workers' Sunday pay from double time to time-and-a-half to be unlawful.
Boots move to slash Sunday pay for workers is ruled unlawful by tribunal (on the This Is Nottingham website) A move by Boots to slash its workers' Sunday pay has been ruled unlawful by a tribunal.
Latest "persecuted Christian" case dismissed by employment tribunal (on the Secularism website) The latest Christian to claim victimisation in the workplace has had his claim for religious discrimination dismissed by an employment tribunal in Birmingham.
Halesowen woman's unfair dismissal claim thrown out (on the Halesowen News website) A Halesowen woman has lost a compensation claim for unfair dismissal against an insurance firm.
Tennis coach loses sex discrimination compensation claim (on the Kidderminster Shuttle website) A Kidderminster professional tennis coach who was a 10 times county champion has lost a compensation claim for sex discrimination against the Bewdley club after alleging she was not well treated following maternity leave.
Music teacher at Northampton private school loses unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination tribunal (on the Northampton Chronicle and Echo website) A tribunal judge has dismissed a claim of unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination launched by a music teacher who alleged she had been forced out of her job at an independent school in Northampton.
School's move to academy costs council (on the This Is Cornwall website) Almost 30 staff at Pool Academy have been compensated following an employment tribunal over the school's move to academy status.
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