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Separating doubt from dismissal – Headmaster narrowly escapes caning in disability harassment (UK)

All the best-practice recommendations about accommodating employees with disabilities stress the importance of dialogue with them about the limitations their disability may impose and the adjustments which might be made to help overcome them. Unimpeachable advice in principle, but not without risk in practice, as it turns out.… Continue Reading

UK High Court imposes 12 months’ garden leave on “implausible and opportunistic” stockbroker

In one’s darker moments at work the prospect of 12 months’ compulsory paid leave sounds like the way to go.  In reality, the damage done to your name, skills and client connections could be very substantial.  How could the employer ever justify that requirement?   In JM Finn & Co Ltd v Holliday the High Court … Continue Reading
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