Employment Update May 2024

There have been some interesting employment law cases of late - we have reviewed and summarised some of them below. Destroying of evidence:  Kaur v Sun Mark and others [2024] EAT 41 This case concerned whether a remedy claim ought to have been struck out when it materialised that the Claimant had destroyed evidence [...]

By |2024-05-22T14:13:33+01:00May 22nd, 2024|Employment Update, News|0 Comments

Meet the Team – Employment

Our Employment Team consists of Laura and Holly, who work together to help employee and employer clients with: Dismissals and agreed exits Discrimination and whistleblowing Redundancy Settlement Agreements Restrictive covenants Transfer of undertakings (“TUPE”) Providing new contracts, handbooks and policies or changing existing ones ET claims and representation at the Employment Tribunal Laura [...]

By |2024-05-10T10:21:56+01:00April 19th, 2024|Employment Update, News|0 Comments

Updates in the Law from 6 April 2024

1. Changes to Flexible Working requests The key changes are: The right to make a request will be a "day one" right - which means employees no longer need 26 weeks' service. Employees can now make 2️ flexible working requests in any 12-month period; Requests should be resolved within 2️ months, unless an extension [...]

By |2024-05-10T10:22:46+01:00April 10th, 2024|Employment Update, News|0 Comments

Employment Update November 2023

A recent decision in the Employment Appeal Tribunal saw the legal doctrine of novus actus interveniens considered. This is where a new event occurring after an initial wrongdoing by a Respondent breaks the chain of harm suffered by a Claimant (chain of causation). The decision in McNicholas v Care and Learning Alliance and Cala Staffbank was [...]

By |2024-05-10T10:22:23+01:00November 14th, 2023|Employment Update, News|0 Comments
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