An employee has a statutory right to be accompanied by either a trade union representative or colleague at a grievance or disciplinary hearing. ..
Most of us are likely to be spending Valentine’s Day at work and, although many people will be separated from their partners, those looking for love may not need to..
In Nayak v Royal Mail Group, the EAT upheld the tribunal’s decision that an employer’s genuine and reasonable belief that an employee was no longer permitted to work in..
Work social: dismissal for punch to face was fair despite only final warning for colleague's extremely violent threats
The recent case of MBNA Ltd v Jones demonstrates that differential treatment of employees in misconduct situations will not necessarily amount to an unfair dismissal...
14 cleaners allege that they are being subjected to disciplinary action over a letter they sent to Philip Hammond (Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs) asking to discuss..
In the recent case of Stevens v University of Birmingham, the High Court has held that the University of Birmingham breached the implied term of trust and confidence by not..