A report from the Centre for Ageing Better has found that nearly one in seven workers who are over 50 believe they have been discriminated against because of their age (…).
The law says that anyone employed for more than a month but less than two years is entitled to a week’s notice, thus extending their date of termination. In Lancaster & Duke Ltd v Wileman, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that an employee dismissed for gross misconduct was not entitled to claim a week’s notice with the result that she was not able to claim unfair dismissal (…).
It is well established in law that workers are entitled to be paid “normal remuneration” when their holiday pay is being calculated. In Flowers and ors v East of England Ambulance Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that holiday pay should also include voluntary overtime that was sufficiently regular and settled to be taken into account when calculating “normal remuneration” (…).