Wilding v British Telecommunications plc  IRLR 524 CA
Reports relating to this case:
- 9 December 2002
In Wilding v British Telecommunications plc, the Court of Appeal upholds a decision by an employment tribunal that, by refusing an offer of part-time re-employment, an employee who had been unfairly dismissed and discriminated against on the ground of his disability had thereby failed to mitigate his loss.
- 9 July 2002
Continuing our regular series on the implications of recent significant cases, Sarah Keeble, a partner in the Olswang Employment Group, looks at the issues.
- 16 April 2002
This week's case roundup, covering whether an employee's refusal of an offer of part-time work was unreasonable and whether the reduction of an employee's salary following disciplinary action and demotion constituted an unlawful deduction from wages.