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Legal updates and news

26th

July

2011

How do you make pay cuts and avoid unfair dismissal claims?

Introducing pay cuts, or any other change to employees’ contracts, should follow a period of consultation with the workforce. Changes are more likely to be accepted by the workforce if they feel consulted or included in the process. Clear communication about what the changes are and why they are necessary can go a long way [...]

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10th

February

2010

Repudiatory breaches by an employer cannot be remedied

In the recent case of Buckland v Bournemouth University Higher Education Corporation the Court of Appeal held that where an employer has committed a repudiatory breach of an employee’s contract of employment it is not possible for the breach to be “cured”. The Claimant was a university professor. Due to an unusually low pass rate [...]

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