Current Employment Legislation In Hull
Current Employment Legislation – ML Expert Solicitors; Are you an employer in search of expert legal advice with regards to current employment legislation to ensure that your organisation in Hull is operating in compliance with this? Then you should consult with the employment and commercial law specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors as our dedicated team could offer advice and assistance with regards to the drafting implementing and maintenance of company policies and procedures to ensure they comply with all current legislation whilst also protecting the best interests of your company.
Personal Today published an article on Wednesday 26 June 2013 written by Rob Moss discussing if a nut allergy or eczema can amount to a disability under the Equality Act.
The article advises that the question of whether or not the conditions of having a severe nut allergy or bad eczema on the basis of a disability discrimination claim under the Equality Act as the announcement by the hearings in two separate cases at employment tribunals in recent months.
Have you had a claim brought against you by an employee or former employee for breaching their employee rights under current employment legislation at your organisation in Hull? The highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors could work with your organisation to strive to achieve a solution to employment disputes of this nature as quickly and efficiently as possible using their resourcefulness and a practical approach to problem-solving that is the nature of your business but could also represent you should the case reached employment tribunal hearing and provide a robust legal defence.
The above-mentioned article explains that "The first involved Mr Wheeldon a 30-year-old chef at the brewing and pub company Marston’s. In October 2011 who suffered a severe allergic reaction when he came into contact with nuts while at work. It not return to work and brought a number of disability discrimination claims arguing that the employer had failed to offer him alternative work."
If further adds that the second case "Involved Ms Glass who suffers from severe eczema. She was dismissed by a marketing and design agency Promotion Line brought a claim of disability discrimination against the company. But if a claim could proceed the employment tribunal considered in a prehearing review whether or not her medical tradition about to disability."
It is reported that "In both cases the employment tribunals judged that the claims could proceed because the claimants’ conditions have serious and long-term adverse effects on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities".
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