What happens where an employee suggests they ‘might’ have a disability in the final throes of a termination process and the employer proceeds to dismiss without giving it further consideration?
Villes de Nivelles v Matzak Mr Matzak served as a volunteer firefighter in Nivelles, Belgium from 1980 until 2009. Whilst on stand-by duty, he had to be contactable at all times and remain within 8
Is it reasonable to consider that an employer had knowledge of an employee’s disability if the medical evidence obtained states that an employee is not disabled? This was a question recently
On Wednesday (7 February 2018) the government released the ‘Good Work plan’ in response to the Taylor Review on good working practices. The plan sets out proposals to ensure workers know their
Five Spanish nationals were employed by M.S.A (a Spanish family-owned supermarket chain) as cashiers. Their shop supervisor noticed irregularities between stock levels and what was sold on a daily
On 15 January 2018, an order was made to wind up Carillion plc, the UK’s second largest construction company. The companies involved in the liquidation are Carillion plc, Carilllion Construction