Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Case round-upOn 24 Jun 2003 in Personnel Today Case round-up by Eversheds 020 7919 4500That’s settled then… or is it? Whiley v Christopher Clarke Workshops Limited, EAT, [11 March 2003] Informal agreements can often be difficult to prove and, therefore, equallydifficult to enforce. Mr Whiley sustained a back injury and was eventually signed off work by hisGP. After he had been absent for approximately two months, his manager spoke tohis GP. The manager updated the company’s managing director of thatconversation. However, instead of referring to a likely three-month absence,the manager misleadingly informed him that Whiley would be off work for monthsand might not work again. As a result, Whiley was dismissed with immediateeffect. He brought complaints of unfair dismissal and disabilitydiscrimination. The tribunal found that the company’s failure to follow any proper procedurewas unfair. However, the claim for disability discrimination was dismissed onthe basis the company could not have known that Whiley was”disabled”. Having delivered its decision, the tribunal invited theparties to discuss a settlement, and the sum of £2,000 was agreed by handshake.Nevertheless, Whiley still sought to appeal the tribunal’s finding thatthere had been no discrimination. Despite the company’s protestations that the appeal should not be heard asthe case had been compromised by the settlement, the EAT upheld the appeal. Itfound that the terms of the settlement had not been recorded or signed by therepresentatives. It also concluded that the agreed sum only related to thetribunal’s finding that Whiley had been unfairly dismissed and was not “infull and final settlement”. As such, he was not barred from pursuing hisappeal and, having done so successfully, was entitled to further compensation. No time for part-time? Sibley v The Girls’ Day School Trust, Norwich High School for Girls,EAT, [20 May 2003] In recent months, even prior to the new flexible working rights, there havebeen many successful cases against employers who have refused part-time work.As this case demonstrates, however, while employers must give all such requestsserious consideration, not every job is suited to that arrangement. Ms Sibley was a teacher. Following a period of maternity leave, she asked toreturn to work part-time. While the school agreed to grant her request if apart-time post came up, it did not accept that she could undertake her currentpost on a part-time basis as it included form tutor duties. Sibley resigned, claiming constructive unfair dismissal and sexdiscrimination. She alleged that the school’s requirement meant that, as awoman, she was less able to meet the full-time condition it was imposing than amale teacher would be. As such, she believed its conduct was indirectlydiscriminatory. However, the tribunal rejected both claims. In particular, it found that theschool’s belief that form tutor duties should be carried out full-time wasreasonably held, and was objectively justified as a policy. Sibley appealed unsuccessfully. The EAT accepted the tribunal’s decisionthat the school’s approach was both professional and reasonable, and that thecondition it was applying in this case was objectively justified. Previous Article Next Article
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHUTCHINSON, Kan.-After posting a record 32 wins this season and winning the Region XVIII Tournament and Rocky Mountain District Title, the Snow College women’s volleyball team will enter next week’s NJCAA National Championship Volleyball Tournament as the No. 4 seed.The Badgers will take on the No. 13 seed from Northeastern Junior College of Sterling, Colo.The two teams met earlier in the season, with Snow picking up a hard-fought, 3-0, victory. The first round match-up will be played on Thursday, Nov. 21, beginning at 3 p.m.This season marks the second straight trip for the Badgers to the National Championship tournament. Last season, Snow entered the tournament for the first time in 38 years, and took on a tough Seward County team as the No. 11 seed.2019 Season Superlatives:• Most wins in school history (32)• Highest single-season winning percentage (.941)• Undefeated conference season (10-0)• 12-0 Record against region opponents• First conference team to go undefeated since 2013• Second Conference title in three seasons• First outright conference title since 1986• First-ever Region XVIII Title• First-ever Rocky Mountain District Title• First back-to-back trips to NJCAA National Tournament in school history• Highest seeding at NJCAA National Tournament in school history (No. 4)• Current 21-game win streak• Region XVIII Player of the Year + 6 all-region selections• Region XVIII Tourney MVP + 4 all-tournament selections• 10-2 against nationally ranked opponents• 3-1 against teams in the NJCAA Tournament• 6-0 vs. in-state (Utah) teams• No. 5 Final NJCAA National Ranking — highest in school history• Ranked in the top-20 for 38 consecutive weeks• Ranked in the top-10 for 34 of the past 38 weeks Written by Tags: Snow Volleyball Brad James November 13, 2019 /Sports News – Local Snow Volleyball Earns No. 4 Seed At National Tournament
Home » News » Agencies & People » Beals acquires Baker & Elder previous nextAgencies & PeopleBeals acquires Baker & ElderThe Negotiator6th February 20170992 Views Beal’s Independent Estate Agents has announced the acquisition of Baker & Elder Sales & Lettings Agents in Southsea, Hampshire. Beal’s will retain the highly experienced team at Baker and Elder and will implement a ‘business as usual ‘approach to ensure a smooth transition.Currently, Beal’s manages in excess of 2000 properties and 70 blocks of flats for its landlords, many of whom have been clients for many years.Over the last 21 years, Beals has grown to become one of the biggest independent estate agencies in Hampshire. Services include Sales, Lettings, Financial Services, Conveyancing, Surveying, and Land & New Homes, and are just a few of the ways in which Beals continues to add value to their offering.Baker & Elder Beals acquires Baker & Elder Beals acquisition February 6, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
Home » News » Housing Market » Brexit making TV programme filming ‘difficult’ claims auctions show star previous nextHousing MarketBrexit making TV programme filming ‘difficult’ claims auctions show starMartin Roberts says shrinking number of auction lots is making his job harder as Brexit impacts the buy-to-let market.Nigel Lewis9th August 20190851 Views The problems faced by the property industry as Brexit drags on are well documented, but one unexpected downside is that TV stations are now struggling to find home buyers to participate in their property shows.The latest to experience difficulties is Homes Under the Hammer, whose presenter and I’m a Celebrity star Martin Roberts has said Brexit is now beginning to impact filming.He told a national newspaper yesterday that the show was struggling to find participants because fewer properties are being sold via auctions in the UK.Roberts’ comments reflect the latest auction data from the Essential Information Group.Its latest analysis for July shows the number of residential lots offered are down by 7.5% year-on-year and the number of lots sold down by 9.5%.Morning auctionsFor those who are too busy working to watch the mid-morning property programme, Roberts and his crew film buy-to-let auctions and then persuade those who win the bidding for lots to allow the programme film ‘what happens next’.Unlike many other property TV shows such as Location, Location, Location which often have long turnarounds from filming to screen, Homes Under the Hammer is filmed very quickly.Therefore, a drought of auction properties and willing candidates is quickly felt by the programme’s producers.“It reflects what is going on, we have in recent times been doing quick turnarounds like I’ve never seen before,” Roberts told The Express newspaper. “I saw a property and in six weeks, it’s going on air.” martin roberts property auctions BBC1’s Homes Under The Hammer August 9, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Application Instructions Work Schedule The Los Rios Community College District is seeking a pool ofqualified applicants for possible temporary part-time facultyteaching assignments. These positions are filled on an as neededbasis and are on-going recruitment efforts.Adjunct pools are open continuously and applicants arecontacted/hired year round for assignments based on collegeneeds.Teaching assignments may include day, evening, on-line, hybrid,weekend, and/or off campus classes. Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions for completeinformation on how to apply online with our District. Applicationservices are available between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Mondaythrough Friday, at the Los Rios Community College District HumanResources Office located at 1919 Spanos Court, Sacramento, CA95825-3981. If you need assistance with any phase of theapplication process, please call (916) 568-3112 or come in duringour business hours. 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A foreigntranscript evaluation is required any time foreign course work isused to meet minimum qualifications and/or salary placement even ifthe foreign transcript has been accepted by a college or universityin the United States.Foreign transcript evaluations ONLY accepted from AICE (Associationof International Credential Evaluations, Inc.) or NACES (TheNational Association of Credential Evaluation Services) agencies orevaluators. Foreign Degree Transcript Evaluations click hereDo not submit additional materials that are not requested. Special Requirements Considering this specific position that you are applying to –where/how did you learn about this position?College DepartmentCareerBuilderChronicle of Higher Ed (Vitea.com)Community College Registry Job Fair: OaklandCommunity College Registry Job Fair: Los AngelesCommunity College Registry Online Job BoardCommunity Outreach (ex. 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Inaddition to each college’s main campus, the district offerseducational centers in Placerville, Davis, West Sacramento, ElkGrove, Natomas and Rancho Cordova.The Los Rios district office is centrally located in the heart ofthe Sacramento valley. The growing Capital Region has strongcommunities and emergent arts and dining scenes, and is nearby someof the most celebrated tourist destinations in the country – LakeTahoe, Napa Valley, and San Francisco. The Sacramento area is agreat place to live and work!StrengthsThe district has approximately 4,000 employees throughout our fourcolleges and district office in dozens of different departmentsthat provide welcoming, inclusive, and equitable environments forLos Rios students, employees and community partners. 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The founder of Britain’s leading branded pie manufacturer, Pukka Pies, has died aged 83.Trevor Storer established the firm in his kitchen in 1963. According to a spokesman, he died peacefully at home.Originally trading under the title Trevor Storer’s Handmade Pie Company, the name was altered in 1964. Developing the recipe for Steak & Kidney Pies and Chicken & Mushroom Pies from home, he opened 13 accounts on the first day of business selling 1,200 pies in the first week. The company turned over £12,000 in the first year.The business, based in Suston, Leicestershire, makes around 60 million pies a year, and employs 300 people.In a statement, Pukka Pies said: “Trevor Storer’s founding values were putting quality and care first, selecting only the finest ingredients.“He also made job security a central objective and ran the company with integrity. These values remain core to the Pukka Pies culture today.“Trevor Storer was fair, considerate and polite to all he dealt with and is remembered by all who knew him as a true gentleman.”Last year, the company, headed by Mr Storer’s sons Tim and Andrew, invested £7m in an extension to its factory.
Canadian café and bakery business Tim Hortons is to open a second site at Cardiff’s Queens Arcade shopping centre.The new site, which will be around 2,000 sq ft, will be located at 16 Working Street and will be the second site to open in the Welsh capital as part of the company’s nationwide roll-out plan.The Canadian business will open further sites in Manchester and Belfast after making its UK debut in Glasgow in April 2017.Tim Hortons will be offering a menu including its signature coffee and Timbits bite-sized doughnuts.Addington Capital, an investor in the Queens Arcade shopping centre, said it believed Tim Hortons would be a boost to Cardiff.“We are delighted Tim Hortons has again chosen Queens Arcade Shopping Centre for its coffee shop,” said an Addington Capital spokesperson.The first Tim Hortons site will open on the 14 November 2017, according to the business, but no details have been revealed for the second site launch.
Last Saturday, October 28th, Boulder, CO fans had some Halloween fun with The Main Squeeze came to town. The soul band set up shop at the Fox Theatre, hitting fans with a Halloween celebration that kept them grooving into the night.One of the highlights from the show was a sit-in by 15-year-old guitarist Jaden Carlson, who joined the Squeeze for an extended run of songs. Carlson would come in for a live take on the Stranger Things theme, followed by “Luke’s Theme” and “Tank X-ing” during the set. Fortunately, there’s some new footage from the event to capture this exciting live music moment!Watch Carlson and The Main Squeeze join forces in the new pro-shot video below!Both Jaden Carlson Band and The Main Squeeze will be touring throughout the rest of the year, so don’t miss them. You can see Carlson’s full tour schedule below.Jaden Carlson Band Upcoming Tour DatesNOV 4 | Cervantes Other Side | Denver, CO w/ the Nth PowerNOV 5 | Hodi’s Half Note | Fort Collins, CO w/ the Nth PowerNOV 30 | The Fox Theatre | Boulder, CO headlining w/ support from Amoramora and Envy ALODEC 28 | The Animas City Theatre | Durango, CO w/ special guests TBADEC 29 | The Eldo | Crested Butte, CODEC 30 | The Lariat | Buena Vista, CODEC 31 | Stage Stop | Nederland, CO w/ Digg
The Harvard football team may have fallen short of their goal of the 2009 Ivy League Championship, but the Crimson certainly dominated the postseason awards with four players named to the New England Football Writers’ Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) All-Star Team and 19 members of the team named All-Ivy League.Harvard’s four All-New England FCS selections, which included offensive lineman James Williams ’10, defensive tackle and team captain Carl Ehrlich ’10, linebacker Jon Takamura ’10, and defensive back Derrick Barker ’10, was tied with New Hampshire and Holy Cross for the most selections of any school.Of the 19 All-Ivy selections, an achievement that tied for the third-most in league history, five were named to the first team, 10 were named to the second team, and four were honorable mention selections.Both the two-time All-American Williams and Barker were also named to the All-Ivy first team, and were joined by offensive lineman Ben Sessions ’10, running back Gino Gordon ’11, and next year’s team captain, Collin Zych ’11.Highlighting the awards was freshman running back Treavor Scales, who was named to the second team and honored as the Ivy League Rookie of the Year after recording 485 yards on 108 carries and five touchdowns in his first season at Harvard despite sharing carries with the Ivy League’s top rusher, Gordon. Scales finished the season sixth in the league in rushing yards and third in rushing touchdowns.For a complete list of Harvard’s All-Ivy selections, visit GoCrimson.com.
Pests love cole cropsYoung plants, particularly those of crops that will eventually form heads, are very susceptible to damage from flea beetles, cutworms and other pests in the soil, said University of Georgia Cooperative Extension entomologist Alton Sparks.“Flea beetles are the ones that cause small shot holes in leaves,” Sparks said.Other pests include seed-corn maggots, which attack the germinating seed and very young seedlings, and cutworms, which clip the plant off at the soil line shortly after it emerges. Fall vegetables want water and food, tooThe key to keeping plants healthy is to water and fertilize them properly.“Many home gardeners forget to water their plants in the fall,” Westerfield said. “The cool weather tricks them into thinking their plants don’t need water.”Water thoroughly once a week, he said. Soaker hoses or drip irrigation help prevent creating an environment for diseases. “These methods water from the bottom which keeps the leaves dry,” he said. “Wet leaves can lead to disease problems.” Transplants bestThese seedling pests cause little damage once the plants are well established, or if you use transplants.“Occasionally, small insects can be seen tunneling within the leaves of young plants,” Sparks said. “However, caterpillars that feed on leaves cause the most concern. They eat the harvestable part of the plant and can reduce plant growth if they eat enough foliage.” The best way to fight back is to regularly scout the garden for pests, said Bob Westerfield, a UGA Extension horticulturist. By Sharon DowdyUniversity of GeorgiaWhen insects munch on summer vegetable leaves, gardeners cringe but are happy the tasty fruit is spared. When bugs munch on fall crops like cabbage and turnip greens, well, gardeners must fight back to save the harvest. Cole crops like cabbage, collards, cauliflower and broccoli are typically transplanted in Georgia in the fall. Mustard, kale and turnip greens are often seeded directly into the ground. Use integrated pest managment methods“Consider hand-picking insects off your plants or using an organic alternative control like Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis),” he said. “It’s used to control many caterpillar-type insects.”Healthy plants are the ones best prepared to fight insect and disease damage, he said.“Just like humans are more susceptible to colds and viruses when we are in a weakened state, plants are more susceptible to insects and diseases if they aren’t healthy,” he said. Mulch keeps moisture inAdding two inches to three inches of mulch will retain moisture and help prevent disease and insect problems, Westerfield said.Just like their summer counterparts, fall garden vegetables need to be fertilized. Cabbage and mustard are “heavy feeders” and should be fertilized throughout the season, he said.In cabbage, controlling foliage feeders is less critical in young plants but becomes more critical at the cupping stage, or when the head begins to form, Sparks said. “The bottom line for late-season insect control in most cole crops is to control insects early in the growing cycle,” Sparks said. “This will keep insects from being a problem at harvest time.”