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XR v Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy [2021]

Decision number:Case.C-107/19   Legal body: Court of Justice EU (CJEU/ECJ) Background From November 2005 to December 2008, XR was employed as a company firefighter at DPP. XR was subject to a shift working regime, consisting of a day shift covering the period from 6.45 to 19.00 and a night shift covering the period from 18.45 to 7.00. His daily working times included two ...
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Working Time Policies and Procedures
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IX v WABE eV [2021]

Decision number:Case.C-804/18   Legal body: Court of Justice EU (CJEU/ECJ) Background WABE runs a large number of child day care centres in Germany, in which more than 600 employees work and which cares for approximately 3,500 children. It is non-partisan and non-denominational. WABE follows and wholly endorses the recommendations of the City of Hamburg (Germany) for the ...
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Discrimination and Equality Policies and Procedures
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Hamilton v Babylife Ltd [2021]

Decision number:18140/20IT   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The claimant commenced work for the respondent on 3rd February 2020, prior to the opening of the business on the 12th February 2020. At interview the claimant outlined that she would require 16 hours per week to leave the job she had previously been in. In terms of her employment with the respon...
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Contracts of Employment A-Typical Working Pay Coronavirus/Covid-19
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Alia v Tesco Plc [2021]

Decision number:3203089/2019   Legal body: Employment Tribunal (ET) The claimant commenced employment with the respondent in September 2013 initially as a customer assistant moving to service manager at the Hackney store in October 2017. The issue leading to this case arose on 2nd January 2019. The CCTV footage on that day showed the claimant on the shopfloor. The...
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Dismissal Discipline and Grievance Discrimination and Equality
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Irvine v O’Hagan t/a Clearview Cleaners & Property Services [2021]

Decision number:08786/20IT   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The claimant was employed for three months by the respondent as a cleaner. She subsequently resigned in February 2020 and then claimed that she was subject to unlawful harassment on the basis of sex. She also brought a claim for constructive unfair dismissal. The claim initially arose out of Whats...
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Dismissal Discipline and Grievance Discrimination and Equality
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Mihaljev v Anncor Ltd [2021]

Decision number:02372/20IT   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The respondent is a building and maintenance company. The claimant began working with the respondent as a result of responding to an advert on Gumtree and was engaged to do joinery work on a site from April 2019 until the contract ended with the main contractor in or around 16th January 2020. The C...
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Contracts of Employment A-Typical Working Pay
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TYU v ILA Spa Ltd [2021]

Decision number:UKEAT/0236/20/VP   Legal body: Employment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT) The appellant here, a third party to the original proceedings, appealed against the refusal to order anonymisation for her in relation to her name being within a published judgment. The issue arose from a claim brought by two claimants against the respondent. The third party worked the respondent b...
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Human Rights Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
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Percy v Lenalea Electronics Ltd [2021]

Decision number:06347/20IT   Legal body: Northern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT) The claimant began work for the respondent in 2016 as an electronics assembly technician, following retirement from another role with the aim of ‘getting him out of the house’. The duties included those of electronics assembly, but it was expected that there would be some other duties to fit into ...
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Dismissal Redundancy Discrimination and Equality
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Forth Valley Health v Campbell [2021]

Decision number:UKEAT/0003/21/SH   Legal body: Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) The claimant was employed as a Phlebotomist with the Respondent between 2nd April 2018 and 27th July 2020. With regard to working hours in the Respondent organisation, full-time employment equated to 37.5 hours; the claimant did not work those hours and was therefore regarded as a part-time worke...
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A-Typical Working
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Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Ltd [2021]

Decision number:EA-2020-000357-JOJ.   Legal body: Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) The claimant was employed by the respondent bank as the Head of Financial Audit. There were a number of protected disclosures made in this case largely relating to a new product being offered. She stated that the template documents used in these transactions would not be suitable. She sent this to...
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Dismissal Whistleblowing (Protected Disclosures)