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Employment and HR News

Victimised Royal Mail Worker Wins Tribunal ClaimJuly 23, 2013

A former Royal Mail postal worker whose claims of unfair dismissal and victimisation were upheld by the Employment Tribunal (ET) has reached a settlement with...

Race Discrimination Claim Was Not Too LateJuly 22, 2013

The Court of Appeal has ruled (Charles v Tesco Stores Ltd.) that the Employment Tribunal (ET) erred when it struck out an employee’s race discrimination...

Paid Holiday for Workers on Long-Term Sick LeaveJuly 22, 2013

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the entitlement to paid annual leave of a worker who is absent for a whole year owing to...

Age Discrimination – Qualifications and Pay StructureJuly 18, 2013

The Employment Tribunal (ET) has now delivered its judgment in the long-running case of Homer v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police, which dealt with...

Sickness Absence and the Accrual of Holiday Leave EntitlementJuly 18, 2013

Under the EC Working Time Directive, workers are entitled to a minimum of four weeks’ paid leave in each leave year. However, the Working Time...

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