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Recent case-law has added further weight to the argument surrounding reasonable adjustments and considerations in relation to absence. In West v Yorkshire Ambulance Services NHS Trust, the tribunal ruled that the nurse was discriminated against based on her disability when a job offer was withdrawn. Read more about this case and the guidance it produced
NASBM recently published their guidance on how schools can improve financial outcomes. The key points are summarised in this article for you.
There has been a lot of coverage in the press recently about the amount schools have been spending on supply cover. The survey, carried out in December 2015 by the Department of Education, looked at total expenditure of schools 2014-15 and how that was broken down. Read our article for more information on how this could be reduced.
Following the Government’s u-turn in regards to academisation, they have now issued an update to clarify their views.
Case-law has given some guidance in relation to dismissing someone due to ill health. In order to fulfil these obligations and follow a fair process we would recommend considering these points.
In the recent case of Private Medical Intermediaries (PMI) Ltd and others v Hodkinson the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled that contacting an employee who was off sick with non-urgent issues had contributed to her decision to resign and therefore upheld her claim for constructive unfair dismissal.