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Precedent-setting cases from the EAT and appellate courts, along with reports of selected tribunal cases.

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  • Unfair dismissal: Dismissal due to trade union activities, not urinating publicly

    Date:
    20 January 2021

    In Rawal v Royal Mail Group Ltd ET, an employment tribunal held that the principal reason for the employee's dismissal was his trade union activities, not because he had urinated in a public place.

  • EAT rules on extent of agency worker rights

    Date:
    20 January 2021

    In Angard Staffing Solutions Ltd and another v Kocur and another; Kocur and another v Angard Staffing Solutions Ltd and another, the Employment Appeal Tribunal made a number of determinations about agency worker rights, including that agency workers are not entitled to apply for, or to be considered for vacancies on the same terms as directly recruited employees.

  • Gender reassignment discrimination: Gender fluid and non-binary identities are protected

    Date:
    8 December 2020

    In Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover Ltd, an employment tribunal held that the definition of gender reassignment in s.7 of the Equality Act 2010 covers employees who identify as non-binary or gender fluid.

  • Age discrimination: Jibes about Alzheimer's were harassment

    Date:
    7 December 2020

    In Crompton v Eden Private Staff Ltd, an employment tribunal found that jibes made by employees to a 57-year-old colleague about Alzheimer's and "senior moments" constituted harassment under the Equality Act 2010.

  • Gig economy: EU health and safety rights extend to workers, High Court rules

    Date:
    2 December 2020

    In R (on the application of the Independent Workers' Union of Great Britain) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and another, the High Court held that the Government has failed to implement properly EU health and safety Directives by excluding workers from the UK implementing legislation.