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Shropshire Employment Law Solicitor Warns About Protecting Staff From Stress In The Workplace!

Bosses are being warned that they must protect their staff from stress in the workplace if they want to avoid costly damages! The warning comes after a UK woman was awarded over £130,000 after she suffered a nervous breakdown brought on by pressure at work.

Employment Law – Transfer of Undertakings – TUPE – Subsidiaries

The recent case of Millam v Print Factory (London) 1991 Ltd [2007], involved a dispute relating to the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 1981 (“TUPE”). The employee was employed by Print Factory Ltd (PF). The holding company of PF was taken over and subsequently sold to M Ltd by way of a share sale agreement. The employee was informed that the identity of his employer was not changing, but was later told that his employment had been ‘continued’ under the TUPE Regulations.

Employment Law – Constructive Unfair Dismissal – Specific Complaint – Grievance

The case of Lambrou v Cyprus Airways Ltd [2007], concerned an employee who alleged that he was constructively unfairly dismissed. The employee was employed by Cypriar Tours Ltd (“Cypriar”), which was a subsidiary of the employer. The employee was employed as a computer operator from the 23rd of January 1989. However, from the 1st of May 2003, he also worked for the employer.

Employment Law – Maternity Leave – Nature, Capacity, Place

The case of Blundell v Governing Body of St Andrews Catholic Primary School and Another [2007], concerned a woman who claimed that she was discriminated on the grounds of her pregnancy. Regulation 18 of the Maternity and Parental Leave (etc) Regulations 1999 (“the Regulations”) provides: ‘(2) An employee who returns to work… is entitled to return from leave to the job in which she was employed before her absence, or, if it is not reasonably practicable for the employer to permit her to return to that job, to another job which is both suitable for her and appropriate for her to do in the circumstances’.

Employment Law – Unfair Dismissal – Refusing to Accept Changes in Terms

The case of Anwar v Cambridge Housing Authority [2007], concerned an employee who was asked to accept changes to the terms of her employment which would have been very detrimental to her. The employee subsequently brought proceedings against her employer alleging unfair dismissal.

Employment Law – New Legislation – Age Discrimination and Maternity

On 9th March 2006, the government in the UK published the final draft of one of the most important pieces of employment legislation since the 1970s. This legislation came into force on the 1st October 2006.

Certain Situations When One Would Need To Hire An Employment Lawyer

If you have ever been discriminated against when applying for a job, or at your current place of employment, then you may wish to hire an employment lawyer to help assure that your rights are protected. These rights include rights as a person, employee and your rights to privacy.

Acquiring A Credible Employment Lawyer

The growing number employer-employee disputes in California also lead to an increasing figure of labor related cases filed in courts. In addition, with the civil rights of the workers threatened to be violated by those self-serving and intimidating employers, more and more law firms have engaged in the legal arena to provide their services to those who will seek of protection and legal representation.

Claiming Compensation for Harassment at Work

The Protection From Harassment Act 1997 was recently applied to civil claims for harassment in the workplace. It is not just employees who are protected, but anyone, such as a customer or supplier, even a client.

Employment Law – Majrowski And Employers’ Liability For Psychiatric Illness

An article describing how the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 can be used to establish claims against employers.

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