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Employers must not mislead over reason for dismissing

Employee could rely on conduct he was unaware of at the time

ACAS issues guidance on workplace sexual harassment

Advice for employers and workers on dealing with incidents

Right to unclaimed holiday pay not lost after year end

Salesman who preferred to remain self-employed had good claim

Amendment out of time issue may require evidence

Employment judge erred in making preliminary ruling

Minister's marital status could protect against church action

Dismissal due to marital difficulties could found good claim

Trends and revelations

From the Journal employment survey: sexual harassment must be taken seriously

Survey comments: harassment does happen

The Journal employment survey asked whether readers had experienced sexual abuse or harassment at work. Here is a selection of comments submitted.

Taking access to justice seriously

The House of Lords decision on employment tribunal fees elevates this constitutional principle

Tweet at your peril

Dismissal held a reasonable response to derogatory Facebook post

Indirect discrimination: two Supreme Court rulings

Judgments on proving disadvantage, and objective justification

The EU, working time and holiday pay

Further material is available to help with applying the directive

Working time rules require employers to provide for breaks

Employee claim does not depend on request being refused