Employment Case Law Update May 2024

employment case law update

Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key, recent employment tribunal cases.   Discrimination and Unfair Dismissal Ms N Bodis v Lindfield Christian Care Home Ltd   The claimant, who suffered from anxiety and depression, was accused by her employer of various incidents at the care home where […]

Employment Case Law Update April 2024

employment case law update

Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key, recent employment tribunal cases.   Employment Law Changes April 2024   A range of key changes in UK employment law took effect from April 2024, impacting various aspects such as employment rights, compensation limits, holiday pay, and immigration rules:   […]

Employment Case Law Update February 2024

employment case law update

Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key, recent employment tribunal cases.   Increases in employment tribunal compensation limits from 6 April 2024 Individuals bringing employment tribunal claims in the UK will see a notable increase in the maximum compensation they can be awarded. Under the Employment Rights […]

Employment Case Law Update January 2024

Employment Case Law Update January 2024

Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key, recent employment tribunal cases.   Flexible working Miss Wilson v Financial Conduct Authority Miss Wilson had worked as a manager at the FCA since 2015. She had been working remotely from home on a full time basis since the beginning […]

Employment Case Law Update 2023 Round Up

In this issue of our monthly employment case law update, we round up five of the most interesting and noteworthy cases for employers from 2023. Given the breadth of developments in employment law during this period, shortlisting cases was a particular challenge, but our monthly case law updates continue to be available on our website […]

Employment Case Law Update November 2023

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Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key, recent employment tribunal cases.   Unfair dismissal & Heat of the Moment Resignations Omar v Epping Forest District Citizens Advice This case involved Mr. Omar, who resigned verbally during a heated exchange with his line manager. Mr Omar subsequently sought […]

Employment Case Law Update October 2023

employment case law update October 2023

Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key, recent employment tribunal cases.   Unfair & wrongful dismissal Fekete v Citibank During his seven years as an analyst with Citibank, Mr Fekete travelled to the Netherlands for a business trip in July 2022. Prior to travelling, Mr Fekete had told […]

Appeal Allowed For Care Workers Claiming Unfair Dismissal for Refusing Covid Jabs

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Three care workers who refused to have the Covid-19 vaccine have been given permission to continue their claims for unfair dismissal. Ms Dimitrova, Ms Chadwick and Ms Hussain were employed by UK care home provider Barchester Healthcare, which implemented a ‘no jab, no job’ policy within the organisation in 2021. The policy was in effect […]

Employment Case Law Update September 2023

employment case law update august 2023

Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key, recent employment tribunal cases.   Reasonable adjustments in recruitment Aecom Limited v Mallon [2023] EAT 104 Mr Mallon, who has dyspraxia, was employed by AECOM until 18 December 2017, when his contract was terminated due to poor performance. Mr Mallon […]

Employment Case Law Update August 2023

employment case law update august 2023

Read on for our monthly digest for employers on upcoming employment law changes and key employment cases that have recently been decided.   Unfair dismissal Charalambous v National Bank of Greece The claimant, Ms Charalambous, was employed as a relationship manager. In January 2019, she emailed her union representative and her lawyer a spreadsheet containing […]