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Wandsworth Advice

Diabetic man was discriminated against during unfair dismissal

AN employment tribunal has ruled that a bakery firm discriminated against a 66-year-old a sufferer of type two diabetes because of his disability when he was unfairly dismissed. 8 more words

Employment Law

Podcast for 10th November 2014 Holiday pay ruling

In this week’s podcast we discuss a very recent UK employment tribunal ruling that holiday pay should now take account of regular overtime pay. Laura Barritt interviews two students for their perspective of the whole question of minimum wage, overtime and how this relates to holiday time and pay.

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Cancer specialist says he was hounded out of post

A leading child cancer specialist who lives in Warrington claims he was unfairly forced out of his post at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

Prof Eddy Estlin, a paediatric oncologist at the Oxford Road hospital, spoke out amid concerns over consultant cover, especially at night, and the approach taken by specialists in his department, an employment tribunal heard. 112 more words


Landmark ruling on overtime and holiday pay

Reposted from Accountingweb

As soon as the decision in this case was published, I guessed that employers would be complaining about the administrative burden and how much it would cost them. 876 more words

National Insurance

Religious discrimination claim against Muslim college

THE former vice-principal of Burnley’s international Muslim girls college is taking her ex-employers to task – for religious discrimination.

Ghazala Khan insists that she was ostracised at the Shorey Bank institution, run by the Birmingham-based Mohuiddin Trust, because she didn’t follow the same Islamic teachings. 84 more words


Hindsight is....

…a wonderful thing it turns out!

I sent the head, via her direct/private email address, what I considered to be an extraordinarily upfront, warts and all email detailing briefly what had happened at Egerton Rothesay and how it was depicted in the article still on the internet from the vile BBC who, despite many requests, since the 2008 incident in the German school when I found the internet articles neatly printed out and stapled in my pigeonhole on a Friday, had refused point blank to honour my right to a private life etc and withdraw/amend/anonymise the article. 338 more words