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Foat v Department for Work and Pensions [2022]

Decision number:2301877/2019   Legal body: Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) The claimant commenced employment with the respondent in May 1999 as an administrative officer. He was then promoted to Executive Officer. The issue leading to this case was that the claimant has had a history of mental health problems since 2008. This includes anxiety and depression that has be...
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Dismissal Dispute Resolution Wellbeing
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Rodgers v Leeds Laster Cutting Ltd [2022]

Decision number:EAT.69   Legal body: Employment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT) The claimant commenced work with the respondent in June 2019. When the Coronavirus Pandemic arose in early 2020 the respondent had an external professional carry out a risk assessment. This recommended social distancing, staggering start times and sanitising surfaces. The issue in this case is ...
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Dismissal Coronavirus/Covid-19
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Pryce v BaxterStorey Ltd [2022]

Decision number:EAT.61   Legal body: Employment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT) The claimant commenced work with the respondent in October 2018 as a vending operative. She was dismissed on 23rd August 2019 and she issued proceedings claiming sex and race discrimination on the same day. In submitting her ET1 form she said ‘no’ to the Early Conciliation Certificate Number. S...
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Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
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Sahadatalli v XSRE.ME Ltd [2022]

Decision number:18585/21   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The claimant commenced employment with the respondent company in December 2018. The claimant subsequently resigned giving notice in November 2020. The issue arose after the claimant was placed on furlough during October 2020. When his employment concluded and he received his final payslip he ...
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Pay Coronavirus/Covid-19 Leave
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Kickabout Productions Ltd v Revenue and Customs Commissioners [2022]

Decision number:Civ.502   Legal body: England and Wales High Court (EWHC) The appellant was a personal services company. It appealed against the decision of the Upper Tribunal relating to Tax that a radio presenter, Paul Hawksbee, was in an employment relationship with Talksport rather than it being through the company. The background was that the company contracte...
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Contracts of Employment
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Haire v Industrial Temps Ltd [2022]

Decision number:NIIT.7122/19   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) In January 2019, the claimant contacted the respondent’s Belfast branch relating to a meat-plant looking full-time dayshift workers. The claimant outlined that he was looking for a change as he was in night-shift work. The claimant was subsequently told that he would have to make an online appli...
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Discipline and Grievance Discrimination and Equality
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Mellor v The MFG Academies Trust [2022]

Decision number:1802133/2021   Legal body: Employment Tribunal (ET) The claimant was employed by the respondent as a teacher. The claimant commenced a period of maternity leave in 2018 and returned to work in January 2019. At that point she continued to breastfeed her child. As a result, the claimant’s partner was permitted to bring the baby into the school for ...
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Discrimination and Equality
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Allen v Primark Stores Ltd [2022]

Decision number:EAT.57   Legal body: Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) The claimant worked as a department manager for the respondent. In November 2019 the claimant went on a period of maternity leave and on her return she sought flexible working arrangements. She outlined that, as she had sole responsibility for her child, she would need flexibility, especially con...
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Discrimination and Equality Family Friendly Rights
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Wilson v Worthingtons Solicitors [2022]

Decision number:NIIT.23743/19   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The respondent, a firm of solicitors, advertised a ‘Level Executive’ position in 2019. The claimant applied for the role in April 2019 and was informed by a letter dated 1st May 2019 that he was not shortlisted for the role. The claimant sought feedback (in July 2019) as to why he had not been s...
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Maxwell & Others v Tooley’s Bar Ltd [2022]

Decision number:NIIT.23983/20   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The claimants were all employed by the respondent and worked at ‘La Bodega’ bar in Larne. The respondent company took on, as a TUPE transfer, La Bodega in February 2020. In March 2020 the bar was closed as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The claimants were assured that they would be ‘fu...
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Dismissal Redundancy Pay Coronavirus/Covid-19