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Guidance on how Employment Tribunals calculate compensation for 'injury to feelings' in discrimination claims using the Vento guidelines. Read more »6th Feb 2015
This article covers the main aspects of defamation from what defamation is to what you would need to prove... Read more »
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Basic employment rights are being denied to workers through the ruthless exploitation of agency workers. Minimum wage, holiday pay and the Agency Workers Regulations have been ignored as a result of poor legislation and inadequate policing. This bad conduct... Read more »
The recent case of Little v Richmond Pharmacology confirms that indirect discrimination can, in certain circumstances, be ''cured'' by an internal appeal process. The Facts Ms Little requested to return to work flexibly after maternity leave, when her request was refused,... Read more »
We were recently asked to defend a vexatious application to strike out our client’s statement of case under CPR 3.4. The circumstances in which the application was to strike out our statement of case was made was as follows: We had been... Read more »
Tom talks about gross misconduct and the Burchell Test / Range of Reasonable Responses.
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Tom Street talks about Vince Cable announcing new legislation on settlement agreements.
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The government has published the final details of its proposals to allow fathers to share parental leave and statutory pay. From April 2015, once a new mother has taken her compulsory two-weeks off to recover from the birth of... Read more »