Labour & European Law Review
09 May 2018
In its latest annual survey on health and well-being at work the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) found that only a minority of employers offer training in how to manage someone with a disability (…).
Although the rules relating to tribunal costs stipulate that they have to relate to those incurred "while legally represented", the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held in Sunuva Ltd v Martin that there was nothing in the wording to say that they had to be limited because they were incurred at a particular stage of the proceedings or indeed to costs incurred after they had begun (…).
In order to succeed in a claim of constructive unfair dismissal, a tribunal has to find that the claimant resigned in response to a fundamental breach of their contract. In Mruke v Khan, the Court of Appeal held that claimants do not need to be aware of their rights under their contract to bring a claim of breach of those rights (…).