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Mhindurwa v Lovingangels Care Ltd [2021]

Decision number:3311636/2020   Legal body: Employment Tribunal (ET) The claimant was employed as a care assistant from 23rd March 2018. The claimant raised a grievance in February 2020 relating to the fact that she should have a written statement of particulars, she had not been auto-enrolled into a pension and she had not been provided with a copy of the Employe...
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Dismissal Redundancy Coronavirus/Covid-19
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Maguire & Jamison v Department for the Economy [2021]

Case reference: 17435/18   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The claimants were employed by BOTL Wine and Spirit Merchants Ltd until their contracts were terminated by reason of the insolvency of their employer. Ms Maguire had been employed from October 2014 and Ms Jamison from October 2016. The claimants lodged claims with the Redundancy and Insolvenc...
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Redundancy Pay
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McNicholl v Bank of Ireland [2021]

Decision number:00002/17IT   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The Tribunal reached its original decision in June 2019 and took the decision to anonymise the parties, witnesses and all other parties employed by the respondent under Rule 49 of Schedule 1 of the Industrial Tribunals (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) 2005, which were in force at the time. The...
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Royal Cayman Islands Police Association v Commissioners of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service [2021]

Decision number:.UKPC.21.   Legal body: Other Tribunals & Courts (OTAC) The claimants, who were police officers in the Cayman Islands had been subject to changes to mandatory retirement ages. Those officers engaged prior to November 2010 were subject to mandatory retirement at the age of 55. Those engaged between November 2010 and September 2016 had a mandatory retir...
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Dismissal Discrimination and Equality Contracts of Employment
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Hiddleston v Highland Country Buses Ltd [2021]

Decision number:4107699/2020   Legal body: Employment Tribunal (ET) The claimant was employed as a shift mechanic for the respondent from 9th March 2020. He was initially based in Inverness but on 8th July 2020 the claimant was sent to join another colleague at the Kirkwall deport on the island of Orkney. When he arrived, he was not given any induction nor was he...
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Dismissal Health and Safety
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Sakalauskas v Hughes & Sons Ltd & Others [2021]

Decision number:22456/20IT   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The claimant had worked for the respondent since October 2009 until his dismissal on 15th June 2020. The claimant issued an ET1 claiming for unfair dismissal and unpaid holiday pay. The respondent initially engaged in the case, lodging an ET3 form as well as being represented for the case managemen...
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Royal Mail Group Ltd v Efobi [2021]

Decision number:UKSC.33   Legal body: Uk Supreme Court (UKSC) The claimant was from Nigeria and identified as Black African. He was employed by the respondent as a postman. The claimant undertook a number of courses leading to qualifications (including postgraduate) in computing. As a result of the qualifications, he applied for 30 internal posts in the IT an...
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Driscoll v V&P Global Ltd & Another [2021]

Decision number:UKEAT/2020-000876-LA   Legal body: Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) The claimant was employed as an executive assistant from April 2019. She was only in the job for approximately 4 months when she resigned. The basis for the resignation was alleged harassment that she had faced based upon race, sex and disability. The claimant argued that the harassment led to her...
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Flynn v Tender Loving Child Care Centre Ltd [2021]

Decision number:4103415/2020   Legal body: Employment Tribunal (ET) The claimant was employed as a Team Leader in the baby room of the respondent Nursery. She had been in this position since September 2008. As Team Leader, the claimant was responsible for a team of qualified staff which included carrying out staff reviews, ensuring proper ratios of staff to childr...
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Dismissal Discipline and Grievance Policies and Procedures
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Merchant v British Telecommunications plc [2011]

Decision number:ET/1401305/11   Legal body: Employment Tribunal (ET) The claimant had worked for the respondent for 24 years before her dismissal. She was a Learning & Development trainer in the respondent’s Wholesale business. The claimant’s base was in Bristol. Mr Kiernan became the claimant’s line manager in 2006. He was based in Swansea. On taking on th...
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Dismissal Discrimination and Equality Menopause