Employee jailed for breaching injunction

September 2017

Mr Dadi had been accused of breaches of the employment relationship. His employer said that, prior to transferring to a competitor under TUPE he had sent confidential documents and information to his personal email account and had conspired with an employee of the new employer to breach Mr Dadi’s duties to OCS.  

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Private interests covered by whistleblowing

September 2017

Mr Nurmohamed had been dismissed from his job at Chestertons after having reported alleged commission-related irregularities in the accounts. Did he qualify for whistleblowing protection (which requires a person to reasonably believe that their disclosure is made in the public interest) when issues he had identified were only really of interest to a group of about 100 managers including himself?  

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Fees no more

September 2017

A four-year challenge to the introduction of tribunal fees has ended in victory for UNISON and, the union says, for employees everywhere. 

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Is voluntary overtime part of ‘normal pay’?

September 2017

Holiday pay calculations continue to cause difficulties for employers, with uncertainty still existing over the question of which elements of workers’ pay should and should not be taken into account. 

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Menopause at work

September 2017

Hot flushes, insomnia and fatigue are just some of the symptoms. But the report highlights that lower productivity, reduced job satisfaction and problems with time management are all possibly consequences. It says that women sometimes hide or manage their symptoms to avoid letting others at work know that they are having difficulties, and they may not ask for support. 

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