Review of Recent GB Decisions

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 12 October 2010
Rosemary Connolly
Rosemary Connolly Solicitors
Issues covered:

1. Khan v Martin McColl (Holiday Pay and Sickness Leave)
2. Celebi v Scolarest Compass Group UK (Disciplinary Procedure - Allegation of Dishonesty)
3. Simpson v Endsleigh Insurance Services (Maternity Leave - Suitable Vacancies)

1. Khan v Martin McColl [2010]

Holiday Pay and Sickness Leave

The present authority on holiday leave is the case of Stringer and others v HMRC [2009] which confirmed that workers on sick leave can accrue holiday rights and carry over holiday leave to the following year.

The case of Khan v McColl raised a different issue.

Mr Khan’s employment was transferred to Martin McColl in 2007 by way of a “TUPE” transfer. McColl

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Rosemary Connolly
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