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A Full Overview and Guide to UK Employment Law

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CJRS to September 2021 Guide for Employers

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Employment Tribunals Guide 2008

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Question and Answers on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)

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Restrictive Covenants and Garden Leave

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Statutory Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures

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Strategies for Dismissing Senior Executives

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The Issue of Misconduct

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Wrongful Dismissal - Guide for Employees and Template Calculations

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Case of the Month
5/2024
Atif v Dolce & Gabbana
The Atif v Dolce & Gabbana case reminds employers that in a discrimination case the burden of proof can easily pass from Claimant to Respondent. If the tribunal finds that the Claimant has shown facts that raise an inference of discrimination, the Respondent has to prove that discrimination was not the reason for any detrimental treatment. Bearing in mind the likelihood that a respondent employer will be vicariously liable for the acts of its employees (including those guilty of discrimination) it is a reminder of the importance of having good EOPs in place and ensuring they are followed to minimise company exposure to an ET complaint.
 
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