Arley Homes Northwest Ltd v Cosgrave UKEAT/0019/16/RN
Appeal against an ET decision that allowed the Claimant’s claim of unauthorised deduction from wages in respect of sick pay and awarded him £53,437.71 in compensation. Appeal allowed and remitted to a different ET to consider afresh.
Wilson v Energy Support Management PTE Ltd UKEATS/0043/13/JW
Appeal against the dismissal of the claimant’s claim of unlawful deductions from wages. Appeal allowed and remitted to a fresh Tribunal.
O'Brien v London Borough of Haringey & Anor UKEAT/0167/12/JOJ
Appeal against a ruling that the claimant, who contracted an illness in Gambia during her holiday, was not entitled to full pay during her absence because the trip had not been undertaken in the course of her employment. Appeal allowed.
ANGED v FASGA & Ors Case C-78/11
Judgment arising from a reference for a preliminary ruling concerning sick leave when the illness coincides with holiday leave. The Chamber ruled that the Directive must be interpreted as precluding any national provisions that mean that the worker is not entitled to that paid holiday leave where that coincides with a period of unfitness to work.
Social Security (Medical Evidence) and Statutory Sick Pay (Medical Evidence) (Amendment) Regulations 2010
SI 2010 No. 137 These Regulations amend the Social Security (Medical Evidence) Regulations 1976 (“the 1976 regulations”) and the Statutory Sick Pay (Medical Evidence) Regulations 1985 (“the 1985 regulations”).Regulation 2(3) amends the 1976 regulations by…