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Tribunal claims on the rise

Added 10th July, 2018

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The Ministry of Justice has recently published statistics showing that, during the period January to March 2018, single Employment Tribunal claims had increased by 118% when compared to the same period in 2017.

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Bridge McFarland recover damages of £173,000 for prison officer who developed tennis elbow

Added 06th July, 2018

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Bridge McFarland recover damages of £173,000 for prison officer who developed tennis elbow following repetitive opening and closing of cell doors.

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New Head of Louth Private Client Department Announced

Added 02nd August, 2018

Paul Dimbleby joined Bridge McFarland Solicitors as a Partner in the Grimsby office earlier this year, he has now moved across to Louth to take over from Patrick Purves as Head of the Louth Private Client Department. » Read More

Tribunal claims on the rise

Added 10th July, 2018

The Ministry of Justice has recently published statistics showing that, during the period January to March 2018, single Employment Tribunal claims had increased by 118% when compared to the same period in 2017. » Read More

Bridge McFarland recover damages of £173,000 for prison officer who developed tennis elbow

Added 06th July, 2018

Bridge McFarland recover damages of £173,000 for prison officer who developed tennis elbow following repetitive opening and closing of cell doors. » Read More

Disciplining for sickness absence may amount to disability discrimination

Added 05th July, 2018

Managing sickness absence is a frequent challenge for employers. A common method of encouraging better attendance levels is to have a policy that provides for disciplinary warnings to be issued when an employee has a certain number of absences in a particular period. However, in the recent case of DL Insurance Services v O’Connor the Employment Appeal Tribunal highlighted the risks of applying automatic “trigger points” for disciplinary action in the case of sickness absence. » Read More

Supreme Court rules on employment status

Added 03rd July, 2018

A look at the decision of the Supreme Court in the Pimlico Plumbers case and in particular its affect on the employment relationship » Read More

Court of Appeal gives guidance for dealing with subject access requests

Added 22nd June, 2018

Many of our readers will be familiar with subject access requests, whereby an employee makes a request for disclosure of information which is held about them. This right was enshrined in the Data Protection Act and continues in its successor, the GDPR. » Read More

 

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