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Fired for putting disabled daughter first

Fired for putting disabled daughter first

In a unusual case at Employment Tribunal, a Belfast mother has won a disability discrimination case against the community advice centre that employed her. Maria McKeith was awarded £19,000 in compensation after she successfully brought a claim against her employer,...
Ruling: Tribunal Fees Unlawful – What next for employers?

Ruling: Tribunal Fees Unlawful – What next for employers?

At the end of July you will have read that a decision has been reached in the courts on the case brought by Unison regarding how fair it was for the Government to introduce fees for applicants for employment tribunals.  The effect being that the Employment Tribunals...
Calculating Holiday with an atypical contract

Calculating Holiday with an atypical contract

Most weeks we get a request to help calculate holidays often with atypical contracts. In terms of staff queries, holiday entitlement is up there at the top of the list when it comes to staff querying with their employer whether the employer has got it right or not. As...

Can a Company be vicariously liable for the action of an employee?

Can a Company be vicariously liable for the action of an employee? It depends on what the case involves. In a recent case a Company was found not to be vicariously liable for injuries caused by an employee after a work Christmas party has ended? This was because it...

Employment References – The Risks and the Myths

Employment References It is common place for organisations to request employment references to establish the facts of employment and a necessity for Early Year’s employers. We normally approach the most recent employer, supervisor or educational establishment...
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