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Constructive Dismissal and “TUPE – Employers Beware of Changing Terms and Conditions

Constructive Dismissal and “TUPE – Employers Beware of Changing Terms and Conditions

The case of a Fast Food Manager v A Fast Food Outlet highlights some of the problems which can arise where there is a transfer of a business or part of a business to a new employer and the employee’s terms and conditions are subsequently changed. This may...

Unfair Dismissal- Employee Loses Case Due to Failure to Contact Employer During Sick Leave

In the case of A Porter v A Hospital ADJ-00027151 the employee argued that he had been unfairly dismissed on the grounds of gross misconduct. It was alleged by the employer that the employee had failed to keep in touch with his employer during an absence of 20 weeks,...
Unfair Dismissal – Employers beware of Resignations

Unfair Dismissal – Employers beware of Resignations

The case of A Restaurant Manager v A Restaurant Chain ADJ-00026723 concerned a case of constructive dismissal whereby the employee argued that he was dismissed from his employment at the end of a disciplinary process which crossed over with a request to move him to a...
Constructive Dismissal and Bad References

Constructive Dismissal and Bad References

The case of An Office Administrator and A Manufacturer ADJ-00026208 is interesting insofar as it asks the question of whether it is reasonable for an employee to resign their position on foot of an unfavourable reference given by their employer to a prospective...
Important Equal Pay Case – A Presenter v A Broadcaster and the issue of Comparators

Important Equal Pay Case – A Presenter v A Broadcaster and the issue of Comparators

We were delighted to be instructed in the case of A Presenter v A Broadcasting Company ADJ-00010297 and a copy of the decision can be accessed here.  This case look at a number of very important issues around the concept of “equal pay” within the media and...