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Webinar Know Your Employment Time Limits! - On-Demand Webinar

Overview


Time limits are a crucial consideration for those representing employers and employees. This webinar examines the tests which are applied in various employment claims, dealing with the statutory provisions, the case law (including several recent decisions), and the practicalities surrounding time limits.

It will deal with matters such as:

  • When does time begin to run?
  • The effective date of termination (Gisda CYF v Barratt)
  • Continuing acts of discrimination (Basildon Academies Trust v Polius-Curran; Robinson v Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust)
  • What is the “relevant date” in a claim for a redundancy payment?
  • When does time expire? delays in the post, delivery outside office hours etc
  • How is the “reasonably practicable” test in cases of unfair dismissal etc applied?
  • The effect of internal appeals, illness, lack of knowledge, wrong advice, misrepresentation by the employer
  • How is the just and equitable test in cases of discrimination applied?
  • The checklist in s 33 of the Limitation Act 1980
  • Is it too late to claim after 9 years? - London Borough of Southwark v Afolabi
  • What does the “balance of prejudice” entail in applying the just and equitable test?
  • What time limits does the employer face, and what can it do when it has failed to meet them?
  • The special rules in equal pay cases
  • Time limits for employment cases in the County Court : Birmingham City Council v Abdulla
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Type
Webinar
Level
Intermediate
CPD
1 hours
SRA

Speakers


John SprackDetails

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