Employment Post — Spring 2013
The Spring 2013 issue of Mills & Reeve’s Employment Post is available now. Topics include collective redundancies, letting people go, whistleblowing, business immigration, religious discrimination and employment tribunals.
We have selected two key cases. The first, which forms the subject of our main article towards the beginning of this issue, was probably the highest value individual bonus dispute to go through the courts in the last few years. Rather than being about the intricacies of performancerelated pay in the banking sector, it addresses some fundamental issues of employment law with much wider implications.
The second case, which has received much more publicity in the press, concerns a group of four claims brought against the UK Government in the European Court of Human Rights. Some interesting questions have been raised about the limits of religious tolerance in a pluralist society. The victory of one of the claimants, Ms Eweida, may well result in some re-adjustment to our law
on religious discrimination…
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