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Una Doyle v Toals Bookmakers [2017] NIIT 00866_17IT

Case reference:NIIT.00866_17IT   The claimant was employed as a Shop Manager by the respondent. She initially complained of sex discrimination and disability discrimination and failed to tick any of the boxes on the claim form relating to holiday pay or unpaid leave, despite having the benefit of professional advice at the time. O...
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Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
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NHS 24 v Mrs Patricia Friel Pillar [2017]

Case reference:].UKEATS/0005/16/JW   The claimant worked as a Nurse Practitioner, with her duties consisting of taking telephone calls from the public and prioritising them based on their medical priority. Following a situation where she referred a patient who had suffered a heart attack to an out-of-hours GP service she was dismissed...
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Unfair Dismissal Disciplinary and Grievance Issues
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Eamonn McGrath v Southern Health & Social Care Trust [2017]

Case reference:583/16   The claimant worked for the respondent Trust for 24 years. He had an impeccable disciplinary record prior to an event that took place in June 2015. He was put on precautionary suspension and a disciplinary investigation was initiated following an allegation that he had reported for work under the i...
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Paula Wilson v Rascals Day Nurseries [2017]

Decision number:CASE.REF:.2124/16   Legal body:niiet The claimant was employed by the respondent as a nursery assistant when she was sacked for gross misconduct. The incident to which the dismissal related occurred in the early hours of a Sunday morning after a night out when the claimant had a verbal confrontation with another employee, Ms Brown, w...
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Disciplinary and Grievance Issues Policies and Procedures
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Paula McKeown v Inspire Disability Services Ltd [2017]

Case reference:862/17   The respondent was a limited company providing care and support, including residential services, to vulnerable adults. It was uncontested that a particularly challenging patient with severe learning disabilities had moved to the home and the claimant gave evidence that she felt concerned at working...
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Unfair Dismissal Disciplinary and Grievance Issues
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British Airways v Pinaud (Part Time Workers) [2017]

Case reference:UKEAT.0291_16_0108   Clause 4, The Principle of Non-Discrimination, of the Framework Agreement on Part-Time work implemented by the Part-Time Workers Directive 97/81/EC and extended to the United Kingdom by Directive 98/23/EC states: “In respect of employment conditions, part-time workers shall not be treated in a less...
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Mr C Yucetas v Ersan and Co Solicitors [2017]

Case reference:3323966/2016   The claimant, a paralegal, worked part-time at the respondent solicitor’s firm and was initially employed by way of oral contract. There was no dispute between the parties that a meeting had been held in May 2015 regarding bonuses for paralegals and the claimant was eligible for an increased bonus....
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Contracts of Employment Pay and Conditions of Employment
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Chesterton Global Ltd & Anor v Nurmohamed & Anor (Rev 1) [2017]

Case reference:EWCA.Civ.979   The claimant brought a whistleblowing claim after the respondent changed the method by which it paid commission to its employees from a system based on revenue to one calculated on profits. He argued that 100 other managers were also affected and that the complaint was in the ‘public interest’ base...
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Contracts of Employment Whistleblowing (Protected Disclosures)
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Bărbulescu v Romania [2017]

Readers may remember that we reported on this case at the European Court of Human Rights in January 2016. It involved a Romanian employee who was employed in Bucharest as a sales engineer. At his employer’s request, for the purpose of responding to customers’ enquiries, he created an instant messag...
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Dr J Gosalakkal v University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust [2017]

Case reference:ET.1900030/2012   The claimant in this GB tribunal case unsuccessfully claimed for breach of contract, unfair dismissal, race discrimination, and public interest disclosures. A costs order was made against him and he was ordered to pay the respondent’s costs to be assessed as a result of what was considered his unre...
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Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues