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The role of the UK's Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) is generally limited to ruling on the lawfulness of an employment tribunal's decisions rather than making its own assessment of a case, the Court of Appeal has confirmed. 04 Jun 2014
The dramatic fall in the number of claims for unfair dismissal and other complaints against employers shows that the introduction of fees to bring a claim to a UK employment tribunal is discouraging "weak and fictitious" claims, an expert has said. 17 Mar 2014
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This guide was written in January 2010. It is based on UK law. Normally, a bit of snow is great fun. But adverse weather can give employers concerns about employee absence levels. This guide explai...
A company that gave a poor reference to a former employee because he had complained of discrimination during his employment will be liable to pay compensation for victimisation, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 28 Feb 2014
Reforms suggested by the national whistleblowing charity would “very significantly strengthen” legal protections for employees, but could create huge burdens for employers without narrowing the sort of activities that are protected, an expert has said. 02 Dec 2013
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