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Employees do not have a legal right to be accompanied by their lawyer at a disciplinary hearing

The Court of Appeal has held that an employee did not have the right under the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) to legal representation during a disciplinary hearing which resulted in his dismissal. […]

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Employees who are sick during their holiday can take that holiday entitlement at a later date

The European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) has confirmed that an employee who falls ill during a period of paid annual leave is entitled to take the affected days as paid annual leave at a later date. […]

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Employee who filed her claim for breach of contract 3 months too late is allowed to proceed with her claim

The EAT has decided that an employee who was wrongly advised by her employer about the timeframe for bringing a claim could proceed with that claim despite filing it three months after the Employment Tribunal’s deadline had expired. […]

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