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DPD courier who was fined for day off to see doctor dies from diabetes

DPD courier who was fined for day off to see doctor dies from diabetes | Employment law | Scoop.it
Don Lane’s widow says he was afraid of getting fined if he did not ensure his round was covered
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Police Scotland inspector in firearms sexism row

Police Scotland inspector in firearms sexism row | Employment law | Scoop.it
An email from an inspector states female firearms officers should not be deployed in pairs.
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Wembley decision unrelated to allegations against Fulham, says Khan | Football | The Guardian

Wembley decision unrelated to allegations against Fulham, says Khan | Football | The Guardian | Employment law | Scoop.it
Fulham’s owner, Shahid Khan, has said the withdrawal of his £600m offer to buy Wembley had nothing to do with the allegations made against the club by Craig Kline
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Top universities paid more than £15m in settlement agreements last year

Top universities paid more than £15m in settlement agreements last year | Employment law | Scoop.it
Lawyers argue it may be a ‘price worth paying’ to avoid lengthy internal processes
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Fired prison worker made 100 complaints about 'drug-ridden' HMP Nottingham - Nottinghamshire Live

Fired prison worker made 100 complaints about 'drug-ridden' HMP Nottingham - Nottinghamshire Live | Employment law | Scoop.it

She didn’t feel “safe” at work
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Junior doctor withdraws claim that whistleblowing ruined his career

Junior doctor withdraws claim that whistleblowing ruined his career | Employment law | Scoop.it
A junior doctor who claimed that he was unfairly dismissed by an NHS trust for whistleblowing about unsafe staffing levels and that his career was destroyed by Health Education England has withdrawn his claims part way through an employment tribunal hearing.

Chris Day, 33, fought a four year legal battle to have his claims heard after raising concerns in 2014 about understaffing and safety at the intensive care unit of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich, south London, where he was a specialist registrar in emergency medicine.123 He claimed that after he repeated the concerns to HEE it deleted his training number, making it impossible for him to continue his training.

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Interviewee, 67, denied job because of age discrimination

Interviewee, 67, denied job because of age discrimination | Employment law | Scoop.it
A judge rules the man, who going for a park keeper job, was the victim of age discrimination.
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Tribunal claims rise as progress made on plugging judicial gap | News

Tribunal claims rise as progress made on plugging judicial gap | News | Employment law | Scoop.it
Early stage reports on the up since employment tribunal fees abandoned.
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Antrim man told he was too old for job awarded £3,000

Antrim man told he was too old for job awarded £3,000 | Employment law | Scoop.it
A tribunal has awarded an Antrim man £3,000 after an employer said there was no point applying for a job.
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Asda awaits latest judgment in equal pay case

Asda awaits latest judgment in equal pay case | Employment law | Scoop.it
An appeals court hearing concludes today in another episode of the long-running Asda supermarket equal pay case. The three-day hearing comes in the wake of judgments in favour of the mostly female shop workers  over whether basis for comparison of their roles with those of the predominantly male workers at the firm’s distribution centres. Leigh …
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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding: Date, time, TV coverage, guest list and everything else you need to know

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding: Date, time, TV coverage, guest list and everything else you need to know | Employment law | Scoop.it
Princess Eugenie’s wedding looks set to be as lavish as Prince Harry and Meghan’s, with the royal already inviting more guests to the ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor than the church will actually hold.
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Carer fired for stealing 49p packet of crisps wins £9,200 compensation

Carer fired for stealing 49p packet of crisps wins £9,200 compensation | Employment law | Scoop.it
A New Zealand nursing home has been ordered to pay almost $19,000 (£9,338) in compensation to a former employee who was fired for taking a $1 (49p) bag of crisps, after a tribunal ruled she was wrongfully dismissed.
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Council brings in barrister duo as equal-pay talks stall

Council brings in barrister duo as equal-pay talks stall | Employment law | Scoop.it
GLASGOW City Council has bolstered its equal-pay legal team with specialist employment counsel ahead of the long-running dispute potentially being…
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Employment tribunal hears Northumberland whistle-blowing allegations - Northumberland Gazette

Employment tribunal hears Northumberland whistle-blowing allegations - Northumberland Gazette | Employment law | Scoop.it
Serious allegations have been levelled at Northumberland County Council’s former and current chief executives by a disgruntled former employee.
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Gagging orders ‘irrelevant’ in City harassment cases, says FCA

Gagging orders ‘irrelevant’ in City harassment cases, says FCA | Employment law | Scoop.it
Watchdog backs whistleblowers in tougher line on misconduct
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London Tesco worker sues supermarket 'after he suffered racism' | Daily

London Tesco worker sues supermarket 'after he suffered racism' | Daily | Employment law | Scoop.it
Atif Masood, 42, works as a customer assistant at a Tesco branch in Thornton Heath, south London. He claims he suffered racial discrimination when a senior colleague farted in his face.
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Nottingham Prison tribunal: Whistleblower 'silenced'

Nottingham Prison tribunal: Whistleblower 'silenced' | Employment law | Scoop.it
An ex-prison officer claims she was dismissed after speaking out about rising violence and drugs.
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Tribunal claims rise as progress made on plugging judicial gap | News

Tribunal claims rise as progress made on plugging judicial gap | News | Employment law | Scoop.it
Early stage reports on the up since employment tribunal fees abandoned.
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Prison officer claims she was dismissed for being a whistleblower | Society | The Guardian

Prison officer claims she was dismissed for being a whistleblower | Society | The Guardian | Employment law | Scoop.it
Diane Ward filed 100 reports into dangerous, drug-ridden conditions at Nottingham jail
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"Head on platter" former Montrose course manager wins unfair dismissal fight

"Head on platter" former Montrose course manager wins unfair dismissal fight | Employment law | Scoop.it
A former course manager has told Montrose Links golf management committee to “consider their positions” after winning an unfair dismissal fight.
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Glasgow: thousands of women to strike over pay discrimination | UK news | The Guardian

Glasgow: thousands of women to strike over pay discrimination | UK news | The Guardian | Employment law | Scoop.it
More than 8,000 council workers, most of whom have never been on a picket line, will take part in two-day action
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Man left brain damaged by boss's punch wins legal fight

Man left brain damaged by boss's punch wins legal fight | Employment law | Scoop.it
Clive Bellman, 62, was struck twice by company director John Major after a Christmas party in Northampton.
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Company director launches legal action 'after he was sacked for looking after terminally-ill wife' | Daily

Company director launches legal action 'after he was sacked for looking after terminally-ill wife' | Daily | Employment law | Scoop.it
Four directors owned Lancer Asset Management and managed over 100 properties comprising the prime portfolio in Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Oxford Street and Kensington Palace Mansions.
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Council firmly denies claims of 'rigged' redundancy process - Northumberland Gazette

Council firmly denies claims of 'rigged' redundancy process - Northumberland Gazette | Employment law | Scoop.it
Accusations of a ‘corrupt cabal’ of bosses at Northumberland County Council have been strongly rejected at an ongoing employment tribunal.
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Asda equal pay battle reaches Court of Appeal | Daily

Asda equal pay battle reaches Court of Appeal | Daily | Employment law | Scoop.it
Lawyers for the supermarket giant will argue that shop floor workers are not comparable to staff working in the firm´s distribution centres.
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Mr S Gilmartin v Oughtred and Harrison (Facilities) Ltd and others: 1800023/2018

Mr S Gilmartin v Oughtred and Harrison (Facilities) Ltd and others: 1800023/2018 | Employment law | Scoop.it
Employment Tribunal decision.
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