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In 2017, Matthew Taylor, former aide to Tony Blair and currently Chief Executive at the Royal Society of Arts completed a review into “Employment Practices in the Modern Economy” that found that modern employment practices needed to change to keep […]
The Government have confirmed in their Autumn budget that there will be an increase to both the National Living Wage (NLW) and the National Minimum Wage (NMW) during Spring 2018. From April 1st, the NLW will increase by 33p and […]
A surgeon at Basildon Hospital in Essex has been awarded almost £84000 after he was unfairly dismissed on the grounds of gross misconduct. Former NHS surgeon Arjuna Weerasinghe was fired after making complaints that the hospital was badly lacking in […]
Philip Gower and Julie Donnelly have won a ‘landmark’ victory at an Employment Tribunal against their employers, Post Office, who tried to move over 1200 employees from weekly pay to a monthly scheme. The tribunal found that Post Office was […]
Deliveroo, the popular food delivery business, have won an Employment Tribunal case that clarifies that their delivery riders, are in fact, self-employed. The decision was a surprise to many legal experts given the recent rulings against gig economy firms. Legal […]
Tribunal finds company failed to make reasonable adjustments for employees disability, even though they didn’t know
Keith Crossland, a diabetic seasonal security guard for a Cardiff based security firm called Chamberlains Security, who left his job after suffering a hypoglycaemic attack has won his Employment Tribunal. A Bristol Employment Tribunal heard that Mr Crossland had worked […]