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Settlement Agreements – is there another way?

Settlement Agreements are a useful tool for dealing quickly with poor performing or troublesome employees, says Catherine Greig, Director of Greig Employment Law. But there...

What is bumping?

When is "bumping" an unfair dismissal? Beth Bearder, an Associate at Flint Bishop LLP considers what employers need to know. This is not in the...

Redundancy and fairness

Redundancy is one of the potentially fair reasons for dismissal set out within the Employment Rights Act. However, the approach that Employment Tribunals take...

How to use a settlement agreement in a collective redundancy situation

Tom Sharpe, a Legal Director, Birketts LLP looks at the dos and don’ts of using settlement agreements in collective situations, and offers some guidance to...

Redundancy and the implication of mobility clauses

The relationship between redundancy and the utilisation of mobility clauses has been the focal point of many recent contentious legal debates. Whether or not...

Kellogg Brown & Root (UK) Ltd v Fitton and Ewer

  KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT (UK) LTD v FITTON & EWER - UKEAT/0205/16/BA & UKEAT/0206/16/BA   EMPLOYMENT APPEAL TRIBUNAL FLEETBANK HOUSE, 2-6 SALISBURY SQUARE, LONDON EC4Y 8AE At the Tribunal On...

Thomas v BNP Paribas Real Estate

Thomas v BNP Paribas Real Estate - Appeal No. UKEAT/0134/16/JOJ EMPLOYMENT APPEAL TRIBUNAL FLEETBANK HOUSE, 2-6 SALISBURY SQUARE, LONDON EC4Y 8AE At the Tribunal On 13 October 2016 Before THE...

Employers: the best way to manage staff on maternity leave

Catherine Ridd, associate at employment lawyer Morgan Denton Jones, offers employers some advice on the processes and pitfalls of dealing with staff taking maternity...

Pregnancy and redundancy

Can an employer make a pregnant employee redundant? What about an employee on  maternity leave? The simple answer to these questions is ‘yes’.  However, whilst...

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