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Employers to be named and shamed for non-payment of Employment Tribunal awards

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched a naming scheme for employers who fail to pay employment tribunal awards. The naming scheme was recommended in 2017 by the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices. All tribunal awards registered with BEIS on or after 18 December 2018 and over £200 in value are in scope of the scheme. The naming scheme will run alongside the BEIS penalty scheme for unpaid tribunal awards (established in April 2016).
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Employers to be named and shamed for non-payment of Employment Tribunal awards

Food for thought: Employment Tribunal to consider whether ethical veganism is protected under discrimination legislation

In March 2019, an Employment Tribunal will decide for the first time whether ethical veganism is a "philosophical belief" under one of the nine protected characteristics covered by the Equality Act 2010, namely "religion or belief".
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Food for thought: Employment Tribunal to consider whether ethical veganism is protected under discrimination legislation

Employment Tribunal not bound by list of issues that miscategorises claim

In the recent case of Saha v Capita plc the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an Employment Tribunal (ET) is not compelled to rely on a list of issues that wrongly categorises the claim to be heard.
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Employment Tribunal not bound by list of issues that miscategorises claim

Does an employee waive an employer’s repudiatory breach by resigning on notice and continuing to work?

What happens if the employee asserts that he or she has been constructively dismissed but resigns on notice and continues to work? The High Court in Brown and others v Neon Management Services Ltd and another [2018] EWHC 2137 held that working a lengthy period of notice after resigning in response to a repudiatory breach can amount to a waiver of the breach and affirmation of the contract, such that the employee will not be released from his or her restrictive covenants.
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Does an employee waive an employer’s repudiatory breach by resigning on notice and continuing to work?