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Time off for religious observance

01 March 2017

In the recent case of Gareddu v London Underground, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) wrestled with the thorny issue of time off to attend religious festivals or other religious observance.

The importance of the collective agreement – beware!

21 February 2017

In the first instance case of 'Dunkley and others v Kostal UK Ltd', an Employment Tribunal has held that an employer's attempt to bypass a recognised trade union and negotiating individual employees directly amounted to unlawful inducement in breach of section 145B of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (“TULRCA”).

Show me the money

08 February 2017

The case of Eileen Collie v Tesco Stores Ltd 2016 CSOH 149 provides a recent example of the approach taken by the Auditor of the Court of Session (‘the Auditor’) in dealing with a Pursuer’s Account of Expenses (‘the Account’) in which fees were omitted from the Account.

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