Redundancy

Citigroup London

Banker was dismissed because of age, tribunal hears

A 55-year-old Citigroup banker who was told “you are old and set in your ways” won his case at employment tribunal earlier this month, pending appeal.

Sacked pregnant worker wins £17k compensation from Liz Earle Beauty Company

Helen Larkin was made redundant at eight months' pregnant.

Family-friendly rights: what to look out for in 2020 and beyond

Brexit seemed to put the brakes on progress for family-friendly rights last year, but 2020 and beyond could see some...

Top 10 HR questions December 2019: Sickness absence and unused annual leave

How much control can employers have over the timing of employees’ annual leave?
Employers with holiday years that run from...

Former France Télécom managers jailed following staff suicides

French telecom company Orange and three former senior executives have been found guilty of collective moral harassment in the way...

Three hundred jobs lost at John Lewis call centre

More than 300 jobs at an outsourced John Lewis customer contact centre have been culled as the retailer attempts to...

Top 10 HR questions November 2019: IR35, Christmas parties and PILON

Pending a review announced by chancellor Sajid Javid, reforms to the IR35 rules are due to be extended to the...

Npower to cut 4,500 jobs in restructure

Energy company Npower must cut up to 4,500 jobs as part of a restructure announced by its parent company...

TSB branch greenwich

TSB to shed jobs and branches as it unveils new strategy

TSB has announced plans for a radical shake-up that will see 82 branches close.

KPMG

KPMG to cut UK internal training team

KPMG this week signalled it is to slash its internal training team, which runs staff training for thousands of UK...

Mothercare to close all UK stores as it enters administration

Mothercare has gone into administration, putting 2,800 UK jobs at risk. All of the baby goods retailer’s 79 UK stores will be closed...

Top 10 HR questions October 2019: Right to be accompanied

Should employers give employees the right to be accompanied to meetings under a redundancy procedure?
Such a meeting could ultimately...

Honesty is the best policy – lies and inferences in discrimination claims

Where lies the burden of proof in discrimination claims in a case where...

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