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Suitable alternative employment? It’s all about what’s reasonable for that employee

The Court of Appeal has handed down an important judgment on what is suitable alternative employment for an otherwise redundant employee.

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Well adjusted? Disciplinary proceedings for disabled employees

Many employers are not comfortable where it is clear that employee illness or disability means that a 'textbook' disciplinary approach might not work…

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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TUPE the final word – it's static not dynamic

The European Court has delivered the definitive Judgment on a TUPE problem which has troubled employers and Courts for years.

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

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Term of employment

As recently reported in the news, from September 2015 all state schools will be able to decide their own term dates, under plans for more school…


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Successful appeals and the curious case of the vanishing dismissal

When an employer upholds an appeal against dismissal, what exactly does that mean? In a recent case, the Employment Appeal Tribunal gave further…


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Handling Grievances: I have two employees who refuse to work together, what should I do?

Assuming that neither employee has raised a formal grievance, you should try to resolve the issue informally.


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Variation to employment contracts

In the current economic climate, employers need to have flexibility in their workforce. However, achieving that flexibility is sometimes complicated…

Martin Edwards
Martin Edwards Consultant

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The cost of reasonable adjustments

The duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled staff is arguably the foundation stone of the disability provisions under the Equality Act 2010.

Mark Landon
Mark Landon Partner

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