News archive: August 2018

  • Posted on August 29, 2018
    For Employment Law purposes, a worker cannot rely upon a claim of victimisation if he or she has provided false evidence or information or made a false allegation in bad faith.
  • Posted on August 24, 2018
    Although it has been questioned in the past, it is a long-established rule in employment cases that an employer that has committed a sufficiently serious breach of an employee’s contract of employment may not then rely upon any post-termination restrictions contained in that contract, if it can be shown that the employee has been wrongfully dismissed.
  • Posted on August 14, 2018
    Employers are already quite mindful of their responsibilities under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE) 2006 and employees also seem to be growing increasingly aware of it.

    For those who have not heard of it, TUPE 2006 comprises the domestic regulations that give effect to the European Union (EU) law preserving the employment rights of employees in the event of a business being sold (other than by a sale of shares) or of services either being “outsourced” or brought back “in-house”.

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