Miss C Robinson v Mind Monmouthshire Ltd: key take-aways for employers

​​​​​In the case of Miss C Robinson v Mind Monmouthshire Ltd the Employment Tribunal found in favour of the Claimant’s claims for automatic unfair dismissal (public interest disclosure) on a constructive dismissal basis, failure to make reasonable adjustments and victimisation and awarded the Claimant £115,657.50 following th

Changes to the way an employer verifies an employee’s right to work take effect on 6th April 2022

The majority of workers who have successfully applied to the Home Office for permission to work in the UK are issued a Biometrics Residence Permit (BRP), a Biometrics Residence Card (BRC) or a Frontier Worker Permit (FWP). These documents set out the identity and personal information of the holder, including their digital photograph, a brief reference to the immigration category, and the document (the visa) expiry date.