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Employment Law
Dismissing employee for failing to complete training was ‘not unfair’

A pharmaceutical company was within its rights to dismiss an employee who failed to complete mandatory online training courses.

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Social media: snooping in the recruitment process

Recruitment processes can only tell you so much about a job applicant. If an individual is active on social media, surely it is prudent for recruiting employers to examine their online profile to find out more? The practice of online screening is becoming widespread. In this article, we explain why employers need to be careful about when they screen and what they do with the information they obtain.

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Meat company prevents employee using confidential information

A meat company has been granted an injunction preventing a former employee misusing its confidential information about customers and product prices.

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When the ‘last straw’ complaint adds up to unfair dismissal

The Court of Appeal has provided useful guidance on when an employee can claim constructive unfair dismissal based on a "final straw" event following a series of related grievances.

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