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Latest News in Employment UK

  • May 20, 2024

    Civil Servants Lose Fight To Relaunch Age Bias Case

    A group of 20 civil servants lost its bid Monday to revive claims that a redundancy compensation scheme was unjustifiably biased against older employees, with an appeals tribunal ruling that a lower court correctly found their case to be vexatious.

  • May 20, 2024

    Rugby Players Still Can't Join Forces For Concussion Claims

    A London judge declined again on Monday to combine negligence claims brought by almost 300 former rugby players, as governing bodies for the sport argued they had only just become aware of more medical evidence about conditions allegedly caused by repeated concussions.

  • May 20, 2024

    Watchdog Finds Pensions Minister Broke Rules On Expenses

    Paul Maynard, the pensions minister, broke parliamentary rules on expenses when he failed to properly manage the use of his taxpayer-funded office for political campaigning, a standards body has ruled.

  • May 20, 2024

    Property Manager Refused Sick Days Wins £31K

    A letting agency must pay a former employee £31,000 ($39,361) for unlawfully firing her after an employment tribunal found the chief executive refused to allow sick days and remote working for her endometriosis.

  • May 20, 2024

    Tribunal OK To Halt Sea Captain's Case Ahead Of Court Ruling

    A tribunal did not misstep by pausing a ship captain's claim against his ex-employer while awaiting a ruling from a court on his ability to bring the case in England, an appeals judge has ruled.

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