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When is refusing a settlement offer the reasonable conduct of ET proceedings? (UK)

Don’t you just love a good understatement? How about this little beauty on the merits of a rejected flexible working complaint: “The difficulty for the claimant is that she never proved that this arrangement could work by producing the required amount of work in the required time. This was both in terms of quality and … Continue Reading

Employment Mediations – an Insider’s Guide, Part 3

This is the next in our re-run of a series of posts on employment mediations written for us by http://www.cedr.com/about_us/people/?p=Caroline-Sheridan. In Part 1 of this series I referred to some of the basic principles underlying a successful mediation. But why should the parties consider themselves bound by them? This is where the formal mediation agreement … Continue Reading

UK Custom and Practice in Enhanced Redundancy Terms

This post is kindly written for us by Lord Justice Underhill of the Court of Appeal.  Actually, that’s not entirely (or indeed at all) true.  However, while reciting long tracts of Court Judgments is rarely a good way to make friends and influence people, his recent guidance on when enhanced redundancy terms will become contractual … Continue Reading
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