Weekly Review of Developments 14/5/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 May 2021
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Issues covered: Right to Work Checks; EU Settlement Scheme; Hybrid Working; Workplace Conflict

Our updates today include the headline: "Man hit by boss and called 'spoilt child' wins unfair dismissal case." What else did the employer think was going to happen? Seriously, why would anyone think of defending that case?

This week's top stories:

  • In case reviews this week Jason Elliott BL discusses a case in which damages for exploitation of migrant workers is explored and, in the second case, the difficulties with payment of company sick pay on a discretionary basis are outlined.
  • Boris Johnson has indicated that the 'work from home' advice could end on the 21st of June, though this is at odds with an earlier report that the work from home guidance could be in place

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