High Court awards £98 to demoted employee in Facebook dispute

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  • What an absurd decision!

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  • And people still slag Trade Unions off....hmmm would have got it for nowt if he'd been a member

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  • The correct claim would have been to issue ET proceedings for unfair dismissal under the rule in Hogg v Dover College. He would have been able to claim continuing loss rather than loss on a contractual basis that would enable the employer to rely on the fact that it would have lawfully terminated the contract and offered new conditions (which the employee accepted as a matter of fact).
    I am sure he would have been able to find a local firm willing to take an ET claim on a CFA as it appears to be a nailed on case.

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