Grace Nicholls edits June's employment newsletter
4th June 2020
Grace Nicholls has edited 3PB's latest Employment and Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Craig LudlowCraig LudlowCall: 2002, Sarah BowenSarah BowenCall: 2006, Daniel BrowDaniel BrownCall: 2012n, Mark GreenMark GreenCall: 2006, Mathew GullickMathew GullickCall: 2003, Matthew CurtisMatthew CurtisCall: 2006, Naomi WebberNaomi WebberCall: 2017 and Grace Nicholls.
The newsletter provides key resources to help businesses manage the employment consequences of the COVID-19 crisis including guidance and analysis arising from our recent successful webinar.
News and topics reviewed include:
Guide to the main issues linked to COVID 19, including the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, the 2nd Treasury Direction, Statutory Sick Pay and Annual Leave.
Health and safety and whistleblowing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Changes to terms and conditions and redundancies; particularly in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic.
3PB's Matthew Curtis in Court of Appeal on Employment Tribunal decision.
Road map for recovery for the Employment Tribunals.
Case law reviews
Be wary of the ‘last straw’: Williams v Alderman Davies Church in Wales Primary School UKEAT/0108/19/LA
Post-termination Restrictive Covenants & Constructive Dismissal - Square Global Limited v Leonard  EWHC 1008 (QB)
Changing contractual terms (or not!) in a TUPE Transfer – Ferguson and ors v Astrea Asset Management Ltd  UKEAT0139/19 Asset Management
Employment status: Revenue v Customs Commissioners v Professional Game Match Officials Ltd  5 WLUK 118MRC v Professional Games
Wrongful dismissal: how not to go wrong: Cameron v East Coast Main Line Company Limited UKEAT/0212/19/BA
High Court rules employer had to pay settlement even after ex-employee breached confidentiality clause. Duchy Farm Kennels Ltd v Steels  EWHC 1208 (QB),