Archive: Mar 2014

  • Employment Law Update March 2014

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    Covert Recordings Are Admissible For some time employees have been covertly recording disciplinary and grievance hearings which has led to challenge from their employers. A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case has held that both the public and private discussions of a disciplinary and grievance panel were admissible at the final Tribunal hearing. Therefore whilst you may […]

  • Employment Tribunals updates; Post employment victimisation is prohibited says the Court of Appeal.

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    The Court of Appeal has overturned the Employment Appeal Tribunals ruling and has held that post employment victimisation is prohibited by the Equality Act 2010. Therefore acts carried out after an employee’s employment has terminated can fall foul of the Act. Unfair references and derogatory comments after employment has terminated could all give rise to […]