According to research carried out by an employment consultancy firm, the vast majority of workers in small/medium sized businesses do not read their contract with such ignorance leading to invalid legal battles.
The EAT has allowed an appeal against the decision of an employment judge that an employee had been fairly dismissed in circumstances where the investigating officer's recommendations had been heavily influenced by input from Human Resources.
With UK workers taking an average of 9 days off work each year, the UK sickness absence rate is one of the highest in the world, and is costing UK businesses a whopping £29 billion per year. Here's what employers need to know about sickness absence dismi…
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