Changing Terms And Conditions: Going down

Kate Barker and Jo Broadbent examine the use of dismissal and re-engagement on less pay as a way of avoiding redundancies ‘Tribunals will adopt the wrong approach if they set the hurdle too high in determining whether an employer’s reasons for a change justify subsequent dismissals.’ In these troubled economic times employers are continuing to …
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Cases Referenced

  • Catamaran Cruisers Ltd v Williams & ors [1994] UKEAT 786/93/1301
  • Garside and Laycock Ltd v Booth [2011]
  • Glasgow City Council v Deans & ors [2011] UKEAT 0061/05/1608
  • Hollister v National Farmers' Union [1979] ICR 542
  • St John of God (Care Services) Ltd v Brooks [1992] IRLR 546
  • Willow Oak Developments Ltd (t/a Windsor Recruitment) v Silverwood & ors [2006] EWCA Civ 660