Employment Law Sex Discrimination Justification Margin Of Discretion

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In the case of Hardys and Hansons plc v Lax [2005] EWCA Civ 846 (Court of Appeal), the appellant employers were brewers who ran a chain of public houses. The respondent was employed by the appellant and subsequently took maternity leave, and during this time, she put in a request to her employer to job […]


Employment Law Sex Discrimination Justification Margin Of Discretion

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In the case of Hardys and Hansons plc v Lax [2005] EWCA Civ 846 (Court of Appeal), the appellant employers were brewers who ran a chain of public houses. The respondent was employed by the appellant and subsequently took maternity leave, and during this time, she put in a request to her employer to job […]


Employment Law Unfair Dismissal Employer Succeeded In Changing Terms Of Employment

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Good News for Employers wishing to change the terms of employment of employees, however, employers must still take care. In Scott & Co v Richardson [2005], the Dependant, Mr Richardson, who worked for a Scottish firm of debt collectors, refused to accept his new terms of employment which required him to visit defaulting debtors during […]


Employment Law Unfair Dismissal Employer Succeeded In Changing Terms Of Employment

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Good News for Employers wishing to change the terms of employment of employees, however, employers must still take care. In Scott & Co v Richardson [2005], the Dependant, Mr Richardson, who worked for a Scottish firm of debt collectors, refused to accept his new terms of employment which required him to visit defaulting debtors during […]


Employment Law Time Limits For Bringing Employment Tribunal Claims

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In the case of Chouafi v London United Busways Ltd [2005], the claimant was employed as a bus driver by the defendant company. In October 2003, he was diagnosed with severe depression and was signed off work until February 2004. He was dismissed in January 2004 on the grounds of his medical condition and complained […]


Employment Law Time Limits For Bringing Employment Tribunal Claims

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In the case of Chouafi v London United Busways Ltd [2005], the claimant was employed as a bus driver by the defendant company. In October 2003, he was diagnosed with severe depression and was signed off work until February 2004. He was dismissed in January 2004 on the grounds of his medical condition and complained […]


Employment Law Unfair Dismissal Constructive Dismissal

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The case of Thornley v Land Securities Trillium Ltd [2005] concerned a claim for unfair and constructive dismissal by an employee who alleged that her employer imposed a new job description on her and she contended that her contract of employment was fundamentally breached by such changes to her duties imposed by her employer. The […]


Employment Law Unfair Dismissal Constructive Dismissal

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The case of Thornley v Land Securities Trillium Ltd [2005] concerned a claim for unfair and constructive dismissal by an employee who alleged that her employer imposed a new job description on her and she contended that her contract of employment was fundamentally breached by such changes to her duties imposed by her employer. The […]


Employment Law Unfair Dismissal Constructive Dismissal Last Straw

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The case of Bell v The Spirit Group Ltd [2005] concerned a claim for unfair and constructive dismissal. The employment tribunal held that a series of acts, by the employer, cumulatively amounted to repudiation of the employee’s contract of employment. The employee was a manager of a national chain of pubs and restaurants. He brought […]