Nick’s review of recent cases starts with a decision in the Supreme Court on whether adverse treatment based on an employee’s migrant status was prohibited discrimination. Secondly, the EAT consider the circumstances in which a Tribunal can award an uplift on damages. Finally a case which seems to be a wake up call for those drafting Board Minutes, where a company’s decision to treat someone as a Bad Leaver will turn on the wording of the Board Minutes. To follow Nick on Twitter, please go to Nicholas Robertson@NicholasRober11.
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