Requirement for Employee to Sit a Written Exam Was Not Disability Discrimination
We have previously written about a case where a claimant was successful in arguing disability discrimination when she was required to take an exam as part of her employer’s recruitment process.
Suspending an Employee Was a Breach of Trust and Confidence
The case of Agoreyo v London Borough of Lambeth, reminds employers about the potential pitfalls of suspension.
Whistleblowing Legislation [Chesterton Global Limited v Nurmohamed]
What does “in the public interest” mean in the whistleblowing legislation?
Holiday Pay [Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willetts & Others]
When a worker is on holiday, they are entitled to be paid their “normal remuneration”. There is no statutory definition of “normal remuneration”.
“Manchester-Effect” helps drive Deal Value and Volumes [H1 2017 M&A Report]
Turner Parkinson, the Manchester-based independent business law firm has delivered a strong corporate deals performance for the first half of 2017 amidst a reported 30% volume drop in the North West deals market. The firm reported a 14% rise in deals transacted, as well as a 23% rise in overall deal values against the same period in 2016, placing it 3rd in the North West and 14th nationally.