Sickness and incapacity

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Author: ROSEANNE RUSSELL, Cardiff University
Resource type: ELA Briefing
Author: News from the IDS Employment Law Team
Resource type: IDS Bulletins
In Sood Enterprises Ltd v Healy the EAT has held that the right of workers to carry over annual leave because they were off sick and unable to take holiday is limited to the basic right to four weeks’ leave in Reg 13(1) of the Working Time Regulations 1998 SI 1998/1833
Author: SUE ASHTIANY, Ashtiany Associates
Resource type: ELA Briefing
This article reviews the new guidance on fit notes for employers, line managers and GPs issued by the DWP in March. It also puts this guidance in the context of significant proposed changes, which will radically alter the landscape for employers and employees.
Author: News from the IDS Employment Law Team
Resource type: IDS Bulletins
A range of employment law changes take effect in April 2013. Perhaps the most important is the reduction in the minimum consultation period where an employer proposes 100 or more redundancies at one establishment within 90 days.
Author: News from the IDS Employment Law Team
Resource type: IDS Bulletins
The Government has issued new guidance for employers, employers and doctors on using fit notes to their full potential by looking at what a person can do, rather than what they can’t
Author: News from the IDS Employment Law Team
Resource type: IDS Bulletins
The Government has announced plans to tackle long-term workplace sickness absence with a new independent assessment and advisory service to ensure employers receive bespoke, independent advice where sickness absence lasts more than four weeks.
Author: Fiona Morrison, Allen & Overy LLP
Resource type: Lecture Notes
Author: Kate Guilding, Cobbetts LLP
Resource type: ELA Briefing
The Court of Appeal’s decision in NHS Leeds v Larner has taken us a step closer to a definitive position on the interaction of annual leave and sickness absence..
Author: News from the IDS Employment Law Team
Resource type: IDS Bulletins
In NHS Leeds v Larner the Court of Appeal has held that a worker who was unable to take four weeks’ annual leave due to sickness did not have to make a request to carry the untaken leave over into the next leave year in order to receive a payment in lieu of it on termination of employment.
Author: News from the IDS Employment Law Team
Resource type: IDS Bulletins
In Asociación Nacional de Grandes Empresas de Distribución (ANGED) v Federación de Asociaciones Sindicales and ors the ECJ has held that the EU Working Time Directive (No.2003/88) requires that a worker who is sick during paid annual leave is able to interrupt the annual leave and take it at a later date - irrespective of whether the sickness commenced before or during the annual leave.
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