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  • Overview

    In this month’s Workplace Law we look at calculating holiday for term time only and other part year workers, following a recent Supreme Court judgement. We also explore the “least burdensome” principle when terminating an employment contract, following the recent case concerning the dismissed former CEO of the AA. And we have a third article on what employers can do if they suspect theft in the workplace.  

    If you have any questions about any of the topics raised in Workplace Law, please do get in touch.

    Harpur Trust v Brazel and the implications for term time only staff

    This month, the Supreme Court ruled that workers who are engaged on permanent contracts but who are only required to work part of the year (“part year workers”) cannot have their annual leave entitlement pro-rated on account of the weeks they are not required to work throughout the year.  

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    The “least burdensome” principle 

    The Court of Appeal in Mackenzie v AA recently held that, when assessing damages for wrongful dismissal claims, the court should assume that the employer would have chosen the least burdensome method of lawfully terminating the contract.

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    I suspect an employee is stealing. What do I do?

    Employers have a legal right to launch an investigation if they suspect an employee of theft in the workplace. However it is important to remember that the employer holds full responsibility for the manner and fairness of this investigation.

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