End of employment
Cases on appeal provides news on key case law developments that are expected.
In Alsnih v Al Quds Al-Arabi Publishing & Advertising, an employment tribunal held that the dismissal of an employee for refusing to use a work-related app on her personal phone was procedurally and substantively unfair.
In Charalambous v National Bank of Greece, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the employee's dismissal was fair even though the manager who made the decision to dismiss had not attended the disciplinary hearings.
We look at three recent employment tribunal decisions where the employee succeeded in their whistleblowing claim.
We look at three recent employment tribunal decisions where the unfair constructive dismissal claim was successful because of mistakes made by the employer that breached the employment contract expressly or impliedly.
We look at four recent employment tribunal decisions where the unfair dismissal claim was successful because of procedural mistakes made by the employer during the disciplinary process.
We look at four cases in which dismissals of employees in their 50s or 60s were found to amount to direct age discrimination, including two where redundancies were rushed through to avoid enhanced pension payments.
In Weller v First MTR South Western Trains Ltd, an employment tribunal found that the dismissal of a train driver for offensive Twitter posts was unfair but declined to award any compensation.
In Jandu v Marks and Spencer plc ET/2200275/21, an employment tribunal held that the retailer had breached its duty to make reasonable adjustments by failing to discount any disability-related effects when assessing the employee against the redundancy selection criteria.
We look at three employment tribunal cases in which employers criticised or disciplined employees for their social media activities.
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