Welcome back to your weekly update just what you need to cheer you up! The case we are discussing today shows the possible problems when common law and statute interact with gross misconduct. Particularly on [...]
Beatt v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust – Does it matter if the employer believes that the disclosures weren’t protected even though the principal reason for dismissal was the disclosures?.
Welcome back to your weekly update. We can’t bring you another bank holiday weekend (yet!) but we can deliver an interesting case on whistleblowing. It is worth noting at this point that the Employment Rights [...]
Hello Philip, and welcome back to your monthly employment law update. In last week’s case law update, we looked at disability discrimination and type 2 diabetes. Last month’s employment law updated features on workwear, grievances [...]
Have you ever sacked someone by text? This story is a good reason not to – you should be doing it in writing via letter. Mr Doyle, an agency worker for a construction project in Devon [...]