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Case Review: Sex Offender’s mother wins unfair dismissal claim

Teaching Assistant Tracy Hodgkinson brought an unfair dismissal claim against her former employer, a primary school in Ipswich, Suffolk. Mrs Hodgkinson lost her job in January 2012. She felt she had been unfairly dismissed following her decision to keep in touch with her convicted sex-offender son. Mrs Hodgkinson’s son was found guilty of grooming and sexual […]

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Swearing in the workplace

Although swearing in the workplace was often commonplace in what could be viewed as male dominated environments such as construction it has started to migrate to other areas of the working world.Employee’s do need to be careful though as many a company policy on gross misconduct will include swearing within it and so we’d advise […]

Employment Unfair Dismissal

Self Employed Whistle Blower Reinstated After Employment Tribunal

Sutton Council has agreed to pay compensation to, and offered to reinstate, an Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO) who claimed that his self-employed contract with the Council was terminated after he raised concerns about the authority’s work with looked after children. Jon Fayle was an IRO with a self-employed contract for services with the London Borough, […]

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Conducting a Fair Investigation as an Employer

Normally, the only time that an employer will required to undertake an investigation is when there has been an accusation of misconduct against one or more employees, as a precursor to taking disciplinary action. The ACAS code states, at paragraph 5, that, in such circumstances employers would normally “carry out an investigation to establish the […]

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