Employment Law Updates
Can Notice Be Withdrawn, Has It Been Given?
The Appeal Tribunal has handed down judgment in a case that may shock some employers.   An employee handed in her notice within the admin department of an NHS Trust because she had been offered a job elsewhere in the Trust. The notice said “Please accept one months notice from...
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Employment Law Updates
Redundancy: The Need To Bump Employees
The Appeal Tribunal has issued a ruling which looks the extent to which a dismissal for redundancy will be unfair where the employer fails to consider “Bumping”. Bumping in a redundancy situation is the practice of redeploying a redundant employee to a role occupied by a second person, and making...
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Employment Law Updates
Illegality and the Right to Work
An employer is under an obligation to satisfy itself of an employee’s right to work, and the fines for failing to do this can be substantial. In a case in the Appeal tribunals, a case has been examined where an employer wrongly required evidence of the right to work of...
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