We were warned years ago that a pandemic was on the horizon, and we needed to prepare, but why did those warnings go largely ignored by governments worldwide?
Earlier this year the Supreme Court issued two judgments on the scope of an employer’s vicarious liability.
As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Scheme) winds down we consider what employers are required to pay to redundant furloughed employees.
In a recent case, the EAT considered whether a Tribunal was right to order an employer to re-engage a former employee in whom they had lost trust and confidence and place them into a role for which they lacked the essential skills.
A recent decision shows that where there has been an irretrievable breakdown in relations between colleagues, an employer may be able to dispense with a formal dismissal process and still dismiss fairly.