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Ask the Expert – Can a Claimant’s conduct affect their compensation?

The Claimant in this case was employed with Network Rail as an on-train technician from 2014. As this was a safety-critical position the Claimant was subject to routine drug and alcohol tests. In 2020 following one such test the Claimant tested positive for cocaine.

November 28, 2023

Legal Issues

Legal Issues – Holiday Pay

The case of Harpur Trust v Brazel prompted the government to launch a consultation around the issues of holiday pay. The government has recently confirmed that new legislation will come into force in 2024. What does this legislation say?

November 21, 2023

Tribunal Tales

Tribunal Tales – Williams v Newport City Council

The Claimant in this case worked as a social worker for Newport City Council. Her job involved assessing the suitability of potential foster carers.

November 10, 2023

Events

Mental Health First Aid Training – New Dates Announced

We have a number of dates available for this course over the coming months. This course is suitable for anyone from staff through to senior management and beyond.

October 30, 2023

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Navigator News – Daily Business Article

As far as the law is concerned, a person is disabled if they have an impairment that is long term and has a substantial adverse effect on their day-to-day life.

October 30, 2023

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Mental Health First Aid Training – 15th & 16th November 2023

This course is suitable for anyone from staff through to senior management and beyond.

October 30, 2023

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Mental Health First Aid Training – 30 November & 1 December 2023

This course is suitable for anyone from staff through to senior management and beyond.

October 30, 2023

Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert – Holiday Pay Claims

What does the Supreme Court case of Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland v Agnew mean for holiday pay claims?

October 26, 2023

Legal Issues

Legal issues – Can lying on your expenses claim lead to dismissal?

The case of Mr S Fekete v Citibank considers this question. The Claimant in this case commenced work with the Respondent in 2015 and was employed as a EMEA Regulatory Exam Management and Oversight – Senior Analyst.

October 19, 2023

Tribunal Tales

Tribunal Tales – Dobson v North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust

The Claimant, Ms Dobson, was employed as a community nurse. She was a working mother of three children, two of whom were disabled. The Claimant had a long standing arrangement to work two fixed days a week.

October 16, 2023

Legal Issues

Legal Issues – Workers (Predictable Terms and Conditions) Act 2023 receives Royal Assent

The Workers (Predictable Terms and Conditions) Act 2023 received Royal Assent on 18 September 2023. This Act allows for workers and agency workers to request a predictable working pattern.

September 21, 2023

Health & Safety

Health & Safety – South London school fined £80,000 over collapse of classroom ceiling

On 29 August 2023, at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, Thurlow Educational Trust pleaded guilty to breaching sections 2(1) and 3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work Act. The Trust was fined £80,000 and ordered to pay £7,116 in costs.

September 19, 2023

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