Employment Appeals Tribunal


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Employment Appeals Tribunal

a body which hears appeals against the decisions of INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNALS and the CERTIFICATION OFFICER.
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Mr Walker appealed to the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT).
This followed the case in 2008/2009 of Oakland v Wellswood (Yorkshire) Limited, which raised uncertainties surrounding the interpretation by the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeals Tribunal of Regulation 8(7) of TUPE.
The workers are asking the Employment Appeals Tribunal to overturn that decision.
A commissioner upheld his claim against Ballinrobebased Martin Jennings Wholesale Ltd but the Employment Appeals Tribunal overturned it.
This was overturned by the Employment Appeals Tribunal which substituted a finding that Mr Newbound's dismissal for not wearing breathing apparatus within a sewer was fair.
But an employment appeals tribunal has now ruled it does not have the power to make more than one party pay out, which could have widespread impact on the thousands of other equal pay claims still being processed across the North East.
Sally Morris, a partner at MFG Solicitors and head of the firm's employment law division, said a recent decision in the Employment Appeals Tribunal had provided a clear outline of harassment which constituted discrimination in employment.
The council's Cabinet member for corporate resources, Councillor Peter Scott, said: "The employment appeals tribunal has delivered a carefully considered decision that now requires the case to be looked at again by the original tribunal, so it is too early for either side in this difficult dispute to be claiming victory.
Unite said the ruling by an Employment Appeals Tribunal will help it take the workers' case to the next stage to claim for unfair dismissal and victimisation.
The school nurse who claimed she was sacked for whistle-blowing about an alleged 'do not resuscitate' policy yesterday claimed a partial victory after a judgment by an Employment Appeals Tribunal.
A This issue came before the Employment Appeals Tribunal last year who said that the Working Time Regulations 1998, which provide for a minimum of 4 week paid holidays a year (pro rata)in most circumstances,do not apply to persons of an age where school attendance is compulsory.
Mr Wyse told an Employment Appeals Tribunal he had been a loyal employee and his dismissal was out of proportion to what had happened.

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