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A pair of employees have won their unfair dismissal case after they were awarded around £25,000 after being dismissed by BEAR.

The company used covert surveillance to monitor staff and then used said video to dismiss two employees, Sean Toshney from Dundee, and colleague Neil Fotheringham from Arbroath. BEAR cited gross misconduct after alleging they were guilty of poor timekeeping and falsifying records. However, the pair has now been awarded compensation following an employment tribunal.

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The Government has recently announced a new support service to help employers tackle the problem of long-term sickness absence.

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The UK Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee has recently published its 36th report of 2013-14 on confidentiality clauses and special severance payments.

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Recent research from Bupa has revealed that over half of managers (51%) feel ‘constantly worried’ at work, and a disturbingly high number (40%) have experienced depression as a result of being stressed. As a result of this stress, many managers do not feel able to support their teams with their own stress problems.

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Flexible working tops parents’ priorities according to a new survey carried out by UK charity, the Family and Childcare Trust.

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With effect from 1st October, the adult minimum wage went up from £6.19 an hour to the new rate of £6.31. According to think tank the Resolution Foundation, this increase means the minimum wage will fall in real terms – for the fifth year in a row – because it is not keeping pace with rising prices.

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Employment Law is an area of law that is always subject to considerable ongoing change. Employers and employees rights and obligations are constantly being amended by new and amended legislation , along with new legal rulings determined by employment tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. The year of 2013 will be no different, with many such changes coming into effect. Employment Law Dundee solicitors will monitor such changes and we will keep you advised on the implications, whether you are an  employer or employee.

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