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Jones v BT Facility Services Ltd UKEAT/0237/19/BA

17 September 2020

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that a tribunal had failed to consider if there had been a genuine redundancy situation, following a claim that new roles created afterwards were “essentially the same”.

K v L UKEATS/0014/18

10 September 2020

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that a dismissal for reputational risk, following the arrest of a teacher on suspicion of downloading inappropriate images of children, was unfair.

Argos Ltd v Kuldo EAT/0225/19/BA

21 August 2020

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has found that an employee was constructively dismissed when she was moved onto a different role instead of being subject to appropriate redundancy procedures.

Khorochilova v Euro Rep Ltd EAT/0266/19/DA

6 August 2020

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that the tribunal did not err by finding a claimant had not demonstrated clear evidence that her “mixed personality” disorder had a substantial adverse effect on her day-to-day activities.

Gorman v Terence Paul (Manchester) Ltd

23 July 2020

The employment tribunal (ET) has ruled that a hairdresser was an employee, not self-employed, due to the level of control asserted on her by an organisation.

HMRC v Ant Marketing Ltd UKEAT/0051/19

10 July 2020

The EAT has provided guidance on situations where deducting wages for training costs and accommodation expenses could put organisations in breach of minimum wage law.