• October 2011

    In Johnson-Caswell v MJB (Partnership) Ltd an employment tribunal decided that an independent financial advisor (IFA) who was purportedly self-employed was in fact an employee. In the tribunal’s view, a key element pointing to employee status was the need to comply with Financial Service Authority (FSA) requirements. The tribunal considered that the training and supervision[…]

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    The EAT has decided in Cordell v Foreign and Commonwealth Office that there was neither direct disability discrimination, nor a failure to make reasonable adjustments, when the FCO refused to provide a team of ‘lipspeakers’ to support a deaf employee’s proposed role in Kazakhstan. The EAT noted that, while cost is not decisive in deciding[…]

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