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Employment Law

Legal guidance - compliance - software

02 MAY 2012

Garside and Laycock Limited v Booth [2011] IRLR 735


27 May 2011

Employment appeal tribunal

Langstaff J; Baroness Drake of Sheene; Sir Alistair Graham KBE

In determining whether a dismissal for refusing a pay cut was fair, relevant factors include whether the pay cut was imposed fairly across the board including management and whether there were any other options for achieving the required cost savings. Whether the employee was reasonable in refusing the pay cut was irrelevant.

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