A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 27 August 2012, including a parish clerk losing her claim for unfair dismissal, but winning more than £5,000 for unlawful deductions from wages and breach of contract after she was sacked.
Fired parish clerk loses tribunal for unfair dismissal (on the Cambridge News website) A parish clerk has lost her claim for unfair dismissal, but won more than £5,000 for unlawful deductions from wages and breach of contract after she was sacked.
Judge stops lack of consultation claims being heard due to officers' legal standing (on the Police Oracle website) Officers forced to retire through the use of Regulation A19 cannot proceed with a claim that they were not consulted enough over the measure, an employment tribunal judge has ruled.
Employment tribunal decisions reported on XpertHR that week
Employee discriminated against because of his wife's disability
No race discrimination against employee whose colleagues sometimes conversed in Punjabi or Urdu
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