Shared parental leave is now three years old. It brought with it a question about shared parental pay and whether it is necessary to enhance it if an employer enhances maternity pay. Some
Cancer is a deemed disability under the Equality Act 2010, along with MS and HIV. This means that the usual test for disability does not apply in the case of cancer. That seems fairly
As many readers will know, ‘bumping’ in a redundancy context is where an employee’s role is redundant but instead of that employee losing their job, they are redeployed to someone else’s
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