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Employment and HR News

‘Unusually Robust Language’ Did Not Undermine Unfair Dismissal RulingJanuary 24, 2014

An argument by school governors that the ‘unusually robust language’ used by an Employment Tribunal (ET) in upholding a teacher’s unfair dismissal claim revealed a...

Dismissal on Account of Long-Term SicknessJanuary 15, 2014

When an employee is dismissed for a reason relating to their capability to perform the work for which they were employed, whether or not the...

Court Defines Limits on Employers’ Vicarious LiabilityDecember 31, 2013

In a decision which helps to define the limits of employers’ vicarious liability for the culpable actions of their employees, the Court of Appeal has...

Nurses’ Human Rights Violated by Longest Ever Disciplinary ProcessDecember 17, 2013

Two nurses who were found guilty of misconduct by their professional body following the longest recorded set of disciplinary proceedings have been exonerated after the...

Employee Wins Payout Following Inadequate Disciplinary InquiryDecember 12, 2013

In a stern warning to employers that disciplinary inquiries must be performed with the utmost care, an NHS employee has been awarded more than £30,000...

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