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Detriment and knowledge

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Malik v Cenkos Securities Plc has held that a person who is alleged to have subjected a whistleblower to detriment must personally …

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Refusal to work

The Court of Appeal in the case of Rochford v WNS Global has held that it was not unfair to dismiss an employee when he refused to work following a …

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Employer liable for Data Protection breach of employee

The High Court has found a major supermarket chain vicariously liable for the actions of a ‘rogue’ IT Security Manager who breached data protection regulations. Background An employee of W …

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Holiday Pay Update

The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) in the case if King v The Sash Window Workshop has given a decision on holiday pay which could have serious …

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Burden of proof in discrimination cases

In our September article ‘Discrimination and burden of proof – a new approach’ we covered the case of Efobi v Royal Mail Group Ltd in which the Employment Appeal Tribunal …

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