Visa International Service Association v Paul  IRLR 42 EAT
Reports relating to this case:
Constructive dismissal: Failure to notify pregnant employee of job opportunity was repudiatory breach
- 20 February 2004
In Visa International Service Association v Paul the EAT holds that an employment tribunal was correct to find that an employee was constructively dismissed when her employer failed to notify her, while she was on maternity leave, of a newly created post arising out of a reorganisation in her department in which the employee was interested, and considered herself well qualified for.
Case round-up: Injury to feelings claims and notifying women on maternity leave of internal vacancies
- 10 June 2003
This week's case round-up by Eversheds, covering: injury to feelings claims; and notifying women on maternity leave of internal vacancies.
- 3 June 2003
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has issued a sobering reminder to employers not to 'count out' employees who are on maternity leave by failing to notify them of internal vacancies.