unfair dismissal as a result of claiming to have been unfairly dismissed

The case of M-Choice UK Limited -v- Aalders, which was recently considered by the Employment Appeal Tribunal, demonstrates the complexities which can arise when trying to establish when someone was dismissed. The date of termination can be vital in determining whether or not a claim of unfar dismissal can be maintained. Ms Aalders commenced employment…

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pay cuts and dismissal

In the current economic climate, it is an unfortunate fact of life that employees are facing numerous constraints concerning pay and benefits. Pay freezes are commonplace and several councils have made the news by requiring employees to accept pay cuts or face dismissal. As a general principle, the unilateral imposition of material contract variations which…

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red tape and gold plate

The government is pushing forward with its plans to reduce red-tape, recently inviting businesses and individuals to become more involved in its “Red Tape Challenge” by completing a series of questions about the enforcement of rules and regulations. A “Red Tape Challenge Enforcement” website has been set up at www.redtapechallenge.cabinetoffice.gov.uk until 31 August 2011. The…

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