End of employment
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.
We look at three recent employment tribunal decisions concerning dress and jewellery codes that led to successful employment tribunal claims for religious discrimination and unfair constructive dismissal.
We look at three employment tribunal cases in which employers were held to have discriminated against employees because their age was a factor in their dismissal.
We look at four employment tribunal cases in which the claimants successfully argued that the mishandling of the disciplinary process rendered their dismissals unfair.
In Rentplus UK Ltd v Coulson, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that an employer cannot escape the requirements of the "Acas code of practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures" by disguising a dismissal for misconduct or poor performance as a redundancy.
We look at three recent employment tribunal decisions where the actions of the employer led to successful unfair constructive dismissal claims.
We look at five recent cases in which employers have been found to have discriminated against employees who were pregnant or on maternity leave.
In Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld a tribunal's decision that the employee's dismissal for refusing to return to the workplace because of concerns about the pandemic was not automatically unfair for a health and safety reason.
We look at three successful employment tribunal claims brought over the mishandling of flexible working requests. We also examine two Employment Appeal Tribunal decisions on getting agreement from the employee to extend the three-month decision period and the requirement for a single mother to be available to work late shifts.
Employment law cases: HR and legal information and guidance relating to the end of employment.
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