The last straw: what does it take to break the camel’s back?
Vento bands increase announced
The Presidents of the Employment Tribunals in England & Wales and Scotland have issued new guidance updating the bands of […]
Suspension for alleged misconduct may be a breach of contract
In the recent case of Agoreyo v. London Borough of Lambeth  EWHC 2019 (QB), the High Court has held that suspension as a "knee-jerk" reaction to an allegation of misconduct may in itself be sufficient to breach the implied contractual term of trust and confidence.
Dr Eva Carneiro – happy ever after in the "tale of two employees"?
Dr Eva Carneiro, the former Chelsea first team doctor, who brought employment tribunal claims of constructive dismissal and sex discrimination […]
Bored out of job
A Frenchman has hit the headlines for taking his former employer, Interparfums, to court after having an existential crisis because […]