In Independent Workers Union of Great Britain v Central Arbitration Committee and another, the Supreme Court held that Deliveroo riders are not in an employment relationship and fall outside the scope of the trade union rights under art.11 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).
Cases on appeal provides news on key case law developments that are expected.
In Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland and another v Agnew, the Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeal's decision that police officers and civilian police support staff in Northern Ireland can recover holiday underpayments that stretch back as far as 1998.
In Lynskey v Direct Line Insurance Services Ltd, an employment tribunal held that the employer discriminated against the employee by failing to make reasonable adjustments to account for her menopause symptoms, and that disciplinary action taken over her performance issues was unlawful discrimination arising from her disability.
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.
We look at three recent employment tribunal decisions where the employee succeeded in their whistleblowing claim.
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 three employment tribunal cases in which employers criticised or disciplined employees for their social media activities.
We look at three cases dealing with issues around discrimination and whistleblowing, arising from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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.
Employment law cases: HR and legal information and guidance relating to managing employees/workers.
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