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In order to show a fair dismissal in a misconduct case, a ‘reasonable investigation’ is key. This week we delve into the world of foreign exchange trading and a recent decision from the Employment Tribunal for a helpful reminder on this sometimes slippery concept. 488 more words
THE Supreme Court has granted permission for Unison to appeal the Court of Appeal’s decision over a Judicial Review of employment tribunal fees. The issue in this case is whether the Court of Appeal erred in its approach to the EU principle of effectiveness; in its approach to indirect discrimination and in concluding that Fees Order was not indirectly discriminatory.
Postponements in the Employment Tribunal – Government moves to limit the number of postponements that can be granted to a party
Section 151 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 made provision for limiting the number of postponements a party may apply for in an Employment Tribunal and requiring a Tribunal to consider making an order for costs against any party who makes a late application to postpone or adjourn a hearing. 522 more words