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3 Things We Learnt In Law This Week (11 April 2019)

Employee Found Storing ‘Obscene Material’ On Online Work Account Unfairly Dismissed

A Royal Mail employee who was allegedly found storing “obscene material” on his online work account has been awarded £53,142 for unfair dismissal and £9,360 in costs.

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3 Things We Learnt In Law This Week (31 January 2019)

Employee Was Not Unfairly Dismissed Over Offensive Facebook Posts About Director

An employee’s “extremely derogatory” social media posts about his boss’s generosity in awarding a Christmas bonus did not justify the employer’s failure to give him notice pay when he was dismissed, the Manchester Employment Tribunal has ruled.

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3 Things We Learnt In Law This Week (17 January 2019)

Disabled Shop Worker Wins Tribunal Award From M&S Over Lift Key

An Employment Tribunal (ET) has made an award of £1,000 against Marks and Spencer after a delay in providing a disabled shop worker with a lift key to allow him to reach the toilets more easily.

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Reasonable Adjustments for Disabled Employees

What could be viewed as a reasonable adjustment for a disabled employee is a question that has been debated for some time.  Some adjustments appear straightforward whilst others are viewed as going beyond what would be considered reasonable.  A recent case in the news puts pay protection on the list as a reasonable adjustment.  Here we take a look at the case in point and offer some tips on some other adjustments that have been considered reasonable.

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