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Redundancy: Work of a particular kind

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In Martland and others v Co-operative Insurance Society Ltd; Sculley and others v Co-operative Insurance Society Ltd EAT/0220/07 & EAT/0221/07, the EAT upheld the tribunal's finding that significant and adverse changes to employees' terms and conditions did not amount, on the facts, to a cessation or diminution of the employer's requirement for employees to "carry out work of a particular kind", so as to give rise to redundancy dismissals.