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Redundant Nortel employees win Employment Tribunal unfair dismissal claims

December 11, 2014

The BBC has reported that a number of staff made redundant by Nortel have won their claims for unfair dismissal in the Employment Tribunal after they were fired last year. Over 100 staff lost their jobs at the Nortel factory in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, after the Canadian firm made a round of redundancies in […]

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An Employer’s Guide: Understanding Redundancy

July 29, 2013

(Employment Law in Australia & generally) All employees are covered by the redundancy provisions of the national employment standards, and this includes high income employees. If a redundancy occurs, the employer needs to consider two matters: •    are they abolishing the role or •    are they dividing the work of the role amongst others at […]

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Government Changes To Streamline Employment Tribunal Process

April 11, 2013

The Government is introducing changes that they say will streamline the employment tribunal process. Jo Swinson, the employment relations minister, has announced that changes will make the tribunal process easier for employers to understand and will ensure that the whole process is not only more efficient but will also get rid of weak claims. She […]

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23 of the best: employment law blogs and news from last week

March 26, 2012

Below are ten of last week’s best employment law blogs and news posts from around the web. If you have published or found a useful employment law-related post that isn’t mentioned, please do add a link to the comments section below. Transfer of Undertakings: Johnson Controls Ltd v Mr Campbell/United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | […]

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