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Monthly Archives: December 2019

A game of salary Top Trumps in the office: Higher or Lower?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) in the case of Jagex Ltd v McCambridge has considered whether an employee had committed an act of gross misconduct by sharing salary details of a senior executive with colleagues after finding them in a document left by a communal printer.

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Does TUPE apply to workers?

The London Central Employment Tribunal in the case of Dewhurst v Revisecatch Ltd and CitySprint has considered whether the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (“TUPE”) apply to workers as well as employees.

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How should a Tribunal determine an employer’s principal reason for dismissal?

The Supreme Court in the case of Royal Mail Group v Jhuti has considered what the principal reason for dismissal is where the real reason is disguised behind an invented reason.

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