Employment and discrimination Publications

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Was an employee who resigned as a result of a restructuring exercise constructively unfairly dismissed?

Argos Ltd v Kuldo outlines the importance, in any restructuring exercise, of proper consultation, thorough assessment of roles, and the appropriate handling of any employee grievances and appeals.

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Is it an error of law to consider the requirements of s6 EQA in a sequential order? No, says the EAT in Khorochilova v Euro Rep Ltd UKEAT/0266/19/DA

Employment law barrister, Sarah Clarke analyses the case of Khorochilova v Euro Rep Ltd UKEAT/0266/19/DA.

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Can a Tribunal use the “but for” test to decide whether a claimant was treated unfavourably because of something arising in consequence of their disability?

Employment law barrister, Katherine Anderson analyses the case of Robinson v Department for Work and Pensions [2020] EWCA Civ 859 (7th July 2020).

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Was an employee who resigned as a result of a restructuring exercise constructively unfairly dismissed?

Specialist employment law barrister, Katherine Anderson reviews the case of Argos Ltd v Kuldo
Appeal No. UKEAT/0225/19/BA (2nd July 2020).

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Direct discrimination and costs awards: Tabidi v BBC [2020] EWCA Civ 733

Craig Ludlow reviews the case of Tabidi v BBC [2020] EWCA Civ 733 focusing particularly focusing on the direct discrimination and costs awards issues at the centre of this case.

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Changes to terms and conditions; Individual and Collective Redundancy Consultation

3PB's specialist employment law barrister Craig Ludlow reviews '''Changes to terms and conditions; Individual and Collective Redundancy Consultation - Q&A''

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