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Court clarifies when NHS employees can claim injury benefits

A hospital consultant has won a claim for injury benefit against the NHS. In granting his appeal, the High Court set out the correct approach to be taken when assessing such claims.

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Prison inspector loses disability case, but court criticises employer

A prison inspector has lost his claim of disability discrimination, but the case led to the Court of Appeal criticising the approach taken by his employer, the Ministry of Justice.

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Woman subjected to sexual advances at work awarded £24,000

An employer who told a woman that sexual advances from a Spanish colleague were just cultural differences has been ordered to pay her £24,000 compensation.

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Removal of travel allowance ‘did not contravene TUPE’

A decision to remove an "outdated and unjustified' travel allowance did not contravene an employer's obligations under TUPE (Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006).

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