Before we sign off for the holidays, here’s our festive take on the Government’s splash announcement & its vision of providing fair and decent work for UK workers.
Shortlisted for Employment Law Firm of the Year, Mitchell Law at the Personnel Today Awards 2018.
The Supreme Court has ruled employers are not liable to protect the reputational and economic interests of employees in third-party litigation
Employee’s Dismissal While Entitled To Long-Term Disability Benefit Ruled A Breach Of Implied Term. In Awan v ICTS UK Ltd UKEAT/0087/18, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (AT) held that the Employment Tribunal (ET) erred in deciding an employer had not breached an implied contractual term when dismissing an employee while he was [...]
Dismissing an employee for a failed drug test was deemed unfair by the Employment Tribunal. In Ball v First Essex Buses Limited ET 3201435/2017 the Employment Tribunal (ET) held that a bus driver was unfairly dismissed for gross misconduct when he failed a routine drug test. Mr Ball, the Claimant, was employed [...]
Offensive remarks in the work place may not constitute harassment when the context is considered in the view of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT).
Fired for whistleblowing and the company is insolvent? You can bring a claim against co-workers.
Keeping it reasonable - requests to postpone disciplinary hearings
Join us for the latest Mitchell Law Tea Break, where we look at minimising the risk of discrimination claims from unsuccessful applicants.
An assault at a Christmas party led to life-changing injuries for an employee, and a damaging court case for an SME.