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Strike out: over turned

The power of strike out is used sparingly by the courts. It is a last resort used only for plain and obvious cases. Below is one example where the application by the AA failed in employment matters. 587 more words

Legal Issues

New protection for zero-hours workers

MEASURES introduced last May which rendered exclusivity clauses in zero-hours contracts unenforceable were criticised because they were toothless, there was no redress for workers dismissed or badly treated because they work for another employer. 60 more words

Employment Law

La Libre Belgique - “Une bombe dans le droit du travail”

A bomb in the right to work

Monday, 23 Novembre 2015. The MR criticizes the decision of the courts to authorise the wearing of the ‘ 463 more words


Is it all in the name?

We are seeing an increase in confidence amongst East Midlands based businesses, and according to a survey conducted by Grant Thornton, 57 per cent of Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire businesses say they will increase staff numbers over the next 12 months. 438 more words

East Midlands

Church of England: not hung up on sex but struggling for its soul

Canon Jeremy Pemberton has lost his case at an employment tribunal following the removal of his permission to officiate because he had entered into a same-sex marriage.  396 more words

News Perspectives

Tribunal appeal granted in religious freedom case

AN occupational therapist who was disciplined for giving a Christian book to a Muslim colleague has been granted permission to appeal an employment tribunal ruling against her. 159 more words

Employment Law

Employment Tribunal finds in favour of Dunnes Stores worker denied union representation

Unite Legal Services victory results in Coleraine worker being awarded £400 compensation 

September 24th: Unite Regional Officer, Philip Oakes, welcomed the decision of the Tribunal which found that Dunnes stores had breached the legislation twice: 272 more words

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