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EAT: clause in contract deducting a month's pay for failure to work notice not an unenforceable 'penalty clause'

A clause in a contract of employment permitting an employer to deduct one month's pay in respect of a departing employee's failure to work her notice period was not a 'penalty clause', and was therefore enforceable, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has... 17 Jun 2014

Requirement to work in different location not pre-2014 TUPE "workforce" change, says EAT

Employees who were required to work in a different location after their work was outsourced were not exempted from legal protections aimed at such workers under pre-2014 rules, the UK's employment appeal tribunal (EAT) has ruled. 21 May 2014

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