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A university did not breach its duty of care towards an employee by beginning disciplinary proceedings against her after what the employee argued was an inadequate investigation, the Court of Appeal in England and Wales has ruled. 16 Oct 2014
The number of claims lodged with the UK tribunals has fallen by 71% in a year, driven primarily by reductions in "social security and child support appeals and employment claims", the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has said. 12 Sep 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...
Over 17,000 people have used a new service which aims to resolve an employment dispute quickly without the need for an employment tribunal since it became available in April. 09 Sep 2014
An employee is not prevented from resigning and bringing a constructive dismissal claim against a former employer by the fact that the employer may have been preparing a gross misconduct case against him, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled. 27 Aug 2014
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