Review of Relevant Case Law with the HR SuitePosted in : Webinar Recordings on 7 July 2022 Issues covered: Unfair Dismissal; Case law; Discrimination; Equality; Employment Contracts
In this month's webinar Caroline Reidy, of the HR Suite discusses some key learning points for employers arising from recent case law decisions. Caroline focuses on matters relating to equality, unfair dismissal, dignity and respect and fair processes.
Caroline discusses the following cases:
Boots Retail Limited v Luka Glogoski
CPL Solutions Ltd. v Oluebube
G Keogh V Green Isle Foods (2007)
A Store Assistant v A Store
With Rolanda Markey from the Legal Island Team, Caroline answers questions including:
If someone fails to achieve the requirements of a performance improvement plan, do you still need to carry out a formal investigation before conducting a formal
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