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  1. GOOD DAY AT THE OFFICE
    31 Oct, 2017
    GOOD DAY AT THE OFFICE
    ​Care Home Worker victory against Appollo  Homes Ltd  t/as Meadowdean Residential Home in Dover Kent. ​ Great result yesterday for client Lisa Lake in Ashford Employment Tribunal: Recovery on an unlawful deduction of wages claim, unpaid notice pay, holiday pay and compensation for no written terms and conditions of employment (contract) and on top of that an award for costs against the other side. Full House! Know anyone who is not being treated right at work Contact www.employmentlaw4u.co.uk
  2. TRIBUNAL FEES ILLEGAL AND TO BE SCRAPPED
    26 Jul, 2017
    TRIBUNAL FEES ILLEGAL AND TO BE SCRAPPED
    The Supreme Court has passed judgment that Employment Tribunal fees are illegal. See video for details​.
  3. £25,000 AWARD FOR APPRENTICE WHOSE APPRENTICESHIP ENDED EARLY
    12 Apr, 2017
    £25,000 AWARD FOR APPRENTICE WHOSE APPRENTICESHIP ENDED EARLY
    An employment tribunal has awarded £25,000 for breach of contract to an apprentice whose contract of apprenticeship, which was due to run for four years, was terminated after less than two years. Mr Kinnear was employed as an apprentice roof tiler with Marley Eternit. He signed his contract of apprenticeship in October 2014. It was due to run until November 2018. Mr Kinnear successfully completed his six-month assessment period, and continued to be trained as a roof tiler. However, Mr Kinnear
  4. SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT: DISMISSAL HARSH BUT FAIR
    05 May, 2015
    SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT: DISMISSAL HARSH BUT FAIR
    An employment tribunal has held that the dismissal of a long-serving employee over derogatory comments she made on Facebook about her employer was fair.  In Plant v API Microelectronics Ltd, the employment tribunal rejected the unfair dismissal claim of a long-serving employee with a clean disciplinary record who was dismissed over comments she made on Facebook about her employer. ​Social media misconduct: tribunal’s view: “The claimant was aware of the policy and one assumes she read it, she