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Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Appellant) v Haywood (Respondent) [2018]

Case reference:UKSC.22.   In this case the Supreme Court held by a majority that in the absence of an express contractual provision, a written notice of termination served by an employer does not take effect until the employee has read it or had a reasonable opportunity of doing so. Mrs Haywood worked for the NHS Trust for ...
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Redundancy and Reorganisation Contracts of Employment
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McGavigan v Western Urgent Care [2018]

The claimant worked as a receptionist and porter. He was contractually required to work a certain number of basic hours per month and was further entitled to receive pay enhancements for working unsocial hours. The respondent failed to increase the claimant’s hourly rate of pay as it was required t...
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Finvola McMullan v Kian Lee T/A China Garden & Others [2018]

Case reference:2803/17IT.3075/17IT   The claimant commenced her employment with the respondent Chinese takeaway business in August 2013. She never received a contract of employment or written statement of particulars. Initially, she worked 39 hours per week until September 2015. She varied her hours by agreement with the respondents s...
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Giuseppa Santoro v Comune di Valderice, Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri [2018]

Case reference:Case.C-494/16.CJEU   From 1996 to 2002, Ms Santoro worked as a provider of socially useful services for the municipality of Valderice. She was then employed by that municipality under a continuous and coordinated contractual relationship until the end of 2010. On 4 October 2010 she entered into a part-time contract of ...
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Contracts of Employment
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Kocur v Royal Mail Group [2018]

Case reference:UKEAT.0181_17_2302   The claimant was an agency worker and was supplied to the respondent through a third-party agency. After 12 weeks working he became entitled to ’12 week rights’ i.e. the same basic pay and working conditions as permanent employees. He argued that for each eight-hour night shift he was given a one h...
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Hannah McAllister v Raymond Carberry and Ursula Carberry, t/a Café Carberry [2018]

Case reference:2820/17   The claimant was employed by the respondent café. On one of her shifts she was seen on CCTV taking a bottle of juice from a refrigerator while leaving the café premises. Upon returning the claimant began cleaning up without paying for the juice. Almost immediately after this the respondent confront...
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Unfair Dismissal Policies and Procedures
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Reilly v Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council [2018]

Case reference:UKSC.16   The claimant was headteacher at a school maintained by the respondent. She was dismissed after she failed to disclose that she had a close friendship with a convicted sex offender. The respondent decided that the failure amounted to a serious breach of an implied term of the contract of employment...
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Unfair Dismissal
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Valerie Beattie v Charis Cancer Care Limited & Friends of Charis Limited [2018]

Case reference:CASE.REF:.1549/17   The claimant worked as a volunteer for the respondent charity and claimed constructive dismissal. She was the main driver behind the establishment of a shop outlet and indeed it was she who found the premises and negotiated with its owner to rent it to the charity. Much of the claimant’s case was b...
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Unfair Dismissal Contracts of Employment
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United First Partners Research v Carreras [2018]

Case reference:EWCA.Civ.323   The claimant worked as an analyst for the respondent, an independent brokerage and research firm. He began employment with the organisation in October 2011. He worked extremely long hours, typically from 8.00 am to 10.00 or 11.00 at night. The claimant began to suffer from dizziness, fatigue and h...
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Miss A de Souza E Souza v Primark Stores Ltd Case [2018]

Case reference:2206063/2017   In this case, the claimant, a transgender woman, succeeded in her claims for direct discrimination and harassment under the Equality Act 2010 in relation to gender reassignment. The claimant has identified as a woman for approximately 16 years. Her birth name is ‘Alexander’ yet she is known as ‘Al...
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Unfair Dismissal Discrimination and Equality