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Tag Archives: redundancy
In Fish v Glen Golf Club EATS/0057/11, Mr Fish, a golf club secretary, argued that his dismissal was not for redundancy, but because the committee took a dim view of his conduct and capability. It is not unusual for employers … Continue reading
100 UK based staff at Swiss Bank UBS learnt they had lost their jobs, when they refused entry to their offices. The redundancies came as part of a worldwide cull of staff at UBS. The first the UBS staff were … Continue reading
The Government has announced plans to introduce Employment Tribunal Fees. The fees will be introduced in summer 2013. Fees will be charged in two stages; the first will be payable when a claim is issued; the second will be payable … Continue reading
When employers make redundancies, they usually know the staff they least want to keep. This was certainly true for me, when I was at The Law Society and needed to lose 10 posts in 1990. But employment law requires … Continue reading
In Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd v Monte-D’Cruz  UKEAT/0039/11, the employment tribunal found Mr Monte-D’Cruz’ dismissal unfair and awarded him £64,722. Mr D’Cruz’ job as ‘Head of OS Reseller’ was redundant in a restructuring to combine four senior roles into … Continue reading