Case round-up: entitlement to long-term disability insurance; and employment status
This report relates to 2 case(s)
Crossley v Faithful & Gould Holdings Ltd  IRLR 377 CA (2 other reports)
Descombes and another v Firthglow Ltd (t/a Protectacoat)  All ER (D) 415 (Mar) EAT (0 other reports)
This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering: entitlement to long-term disability insurance; and employment status.
Workers' economic well-being
Crossley v Faithful and Gould Holdings Limited, CA, 16 March 2004
Following a nervous breakdown, Crossley went on sick leave and never returned to work. He was entitled to full salary for up to six months absence. Pay thereafter was at the company's discretion. He was also a member of the employer's long-term disability insurance scheme, entitling him to certain benefits while he remained in the company's employment.