Unofficial strike action at Cammell Laird, Birkenhead, following notice of redundancies: http://bit.ly/9Syw2Z
[picappgallerysingle id=”7776916″ align=”left”]Many employers are worried about employees leaving to work for a competitor and therefore seek to impose restrictions on what the employee can do after termination of employment. These post-termination covenants are clearly in restraint of trade and therefore contrary to public policy. However, they are permitted if they can be shown to…Details
Many employment judges regard the frequently made distinction between procedural and substantive unfairness as artificial and there is judicial authority to support that view. Now that the ill-fated Employment Act 2002 (Dispute Resolution) Regulations 2004 (which imposed mandatory procedures) have been scrapped, the hoops which an employer needs to get through to avoid a finding…Details
The judge has found in favour of BA – the union must follow the letter of the law – problem with 11 spoilt ballot papers!
Presumably a close decision in the BA/Unite court case given the delay.
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In Arkley -v- Sea Fish Industry Authority the Employment Appeal Tribunal was asked to consider the construction of a contract of employment with particular reference to the terms which applied on termination of the employment. Mr Arkley was made redundant at the age of 51 and after 22 years’ service with the Authority. Clause 2(e)…Details