The number of employees who describe themselves as “usually” working from home has increased by almost 20% over the last decade according to research carried out by the TUC in..
The case of O’Brien v Bolton St Catherine’s Academy concerned a teacher who, after 14 months of absence following an assault by a pupil, was dismissed. ..
For there to be a service provision change under TUPE, there must, immediately before the transfer, be an organised grouping of employees situated in Great Britain which has as its..
We wrote last year about two cases concerning individual female Muslim employees who wished to wear a headscarf at work. In each case, this was not permitted by the employer..
The Equality Act 2010, which sets out the legal protections against discrimination, defines employment as “employment under a contract of employment, a contract of apprenticeship or a contract personally to..
The 2017 Spring Budget was announced by the Chancellor Phillip Hammond and except for the self-employed, the changes were seen to be fairly uneventful from an employment law perspective. ..
In Fidessa Plc v Lancaster, the claimant, on return from maternity leave, agreed to work 9am-5pm four days a week. ..
In Peninsula Business Services Limited v Baker, the Claimant worked as a legal advisor. The Claimant told his manager that he thought he may have dyslexia. ..