Motor Trade Legal News
Annual Compensation Increase
Increase on rates and limits under employment legislation
New rates and limits under employment legislation have been (and will be) introduced, which will affect employers when calculating redundancy payments, statutory maternity, paternity leave, etc.
Employment Appeal Tribunal Case on Alternative Employment in Redundancy Selection
Employment Appeal Tribunal: Morgan v The Welsh Rugby Union
It is well known that in redundancy situations, where an employer is choosing between a pool of employees who are performing the same or similar roles, it assists the employer’s defence if they can show objective factors on which the selection is made. The more, in a pooling situation, employees in the pool are rated on subjective or unverifiable factors, the more likely the Tribunal can determine the selection to be unfair.