Round-up of Recent EAT DecisionsPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 19 December 2012 Issues covered:
The Employment Appeals Tribunal issues many decisions each week. In addition to the more detailed analysis provided by Eversheds on particularly important legal points in specific cases that we provide via this service, readers may be interested in some of these case decisions, all issued since 15th November:
Frank Conlon v Roadstone Wood Limited
Where the claimant was made redundant. The Tribunal accepted the evidence of the claimant and found that he was not offered alternative positions. The Tribunal held that “there is a heavy onus on an employer to prove that it acted reasonably and fairly towards an employee selected for redundancy and a consequential duty to use fair procedures in
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