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Tribunal Tales – Herring v Lovric & Son

Tribunal Tales – Herring v Lovric & Son

The Claimant in this case was employed by the Respondent as a Sales Assistant in a motor garage. Part of her role involved lifting heavy bundles of newspapers and batches of two litre containers of milk. On 8 January 2018 the Claimant informed the Respondent that she...

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Navigator Webinar – HR Update

Navigator Webinar – HR Update

Tuesday 7th December 9.30am Webinar Join Navigator for an HR Update Webinar with topical and emerging themes for those with responsibility and accountability for the delivery of HR services outlined by Ruth Gladwell, Navigators’ HR Business Partner with Jill Burgess,...

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Legal Issues – IVF and the law

Legal Issues – IVF and the law

The rates of those undergoing IVF treatment have increased ten-fold in the last thirty years. Therefore it is becoming increasingly important that employers are aware of their obligations in this area. There is no statutory right for time off for IVF treatment, but...

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Tribunal Tales – T King v Tesco Stores

Tribunal Tales – T King v Tesco Stores

The Claimant in this case was a Customer Assistant working in Tesco. In October 2018 the Claimant had an absence review meeting with his manager Jo Francis. He explained that he suffered from PTSD after an incident that occurred when he was held hostage while working...

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Reward & Benefits Briefing

Reward & Benefits Briefing

Thursday 20th January 2022 10.00 - 10.45am Webinar We invite you to join us to receive a market insight on Reward and Benefits. Howard Finch from Vested will provide an informative insight on market trends in the benefit market and Ruth Gladwell from Navigator will...

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Employment Law Update – Autumn Series Webinar

Employment Law Update – Autumn Series Webinar

There's still time to join our Autumn Series Employment Law Update webinar taking place on Monday 1st November at 2.30pm.  Join the employment law team as they discuss: Legal issues and discrimination risks of home working Policies on coronavirus vaccinations General...

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Tribunal Tales – C Stott v Ralli Ltd

Tribunal Tales – C Stott v Ralli Ltd

This case highlights the fact that a claim for discrimination arising from disability can only be made out when the employer could reasonably be expected to know that the employee in question had a disability. The Claimant in this case worked as a paralegal in a law...

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Navigator Webinar – HR Update

Navigator Webinar – HR Update

Tuesday 7th December 9.30am Webinar Join Navigator for an HR Update Webinar with topical and emerging themes for those with responsibility and accountability for the delivery of HR services outlined by Ruth Gladwell, Navigators’ HR Business Partner with Jill Burgess,...

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Tribunal Tales – Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Ltd

Tribunal Tales – Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Ltd

The Claimant worked at Gulf International Bank Limited as the Head of Financial Audit. She had concerns regarding a legal agreement about a new product. She presented these in a draft report that was sent to the company’s Head of Legal, Ms Harding. Ms Harding had...

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