Mrs S Carter v Barts Health NHS Trust: 3201707/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision. It is the unanimous judgment of the Tribunal that: The Respondent discriminated against the Claimant contrary to section 15 of the Equality Act 2010. The Respondent failed to comply with its obligation to make reasonable adjustments under

Mr S Martindale v London Ambulance Service NHS Trust: 1402839/2019 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.

Ms Angela Lal v The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust: 1304556/2018c – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision.  Finds: The Claimant’s claim of direct sex discrimination is not well founded and is dismissed. The Claimant’s claim of harassment on the grounds of sex is not well founded and is dismissed. The Claimant’s claim of victimisation,

Mrs J Bowers-Waite v Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust: 2302077/2017 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.

Mr P Billups v London Ambulance Service NHS Trust: 2303314/2017 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision. The judgment of the Tribunal is that the Tribunal does not have jurisdiction to hear the Claimant’s claim as it was presented out of time and it was reasonably practicable for it to have been presented in

Mr A Adegbite v The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust and others: 2404306/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision.  It finds: All claims against the first respondent are struck out save for the complaint of unlawful deductions from pay. All claims against the second, third and fourth respondents are struck out and they are removed from

Ms P Mayne v Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust: 2602675/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.

Mrs G Alexander-Wight v Barts Health NHS Trust: 3200498/2019 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision. The Claimant having failed to attend or to be represented at the full merits hearing, listed to commence on 21 August 2019, her claims are dismissed under rule 47, schedule 1 of the ETs (Constitution & Rules

Ms C Kerr Spencer v University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust: 1301253/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision that finds the claimant succeeds in her complaint of a failure by the respondent in its duty to make reasonable adjustments the claimant succeeds in her complaint of discrimination arising from disability the claimant succeeds in her

Mrs R Wyse v Healthcare Improvement Scotland: 4121871/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Employment Tribunal decision granting leave to amend initial documents submitted.

Primary Medical Care Commissioning Internal Audit Ratings for Delegated Clinical Commissioning Groups as of 31 June 2019 – NHS England and NHS Improvement

This document is the first cohort of new ratings on delegated CCGs, highlighting where internal audits are finding CCGs are performing delegated primary medical care commissioning really well, but also helping to identify where improvements can be made.

Mrs L Miles v Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust: 2418128/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service and Employment Tribunal

Preliminary judgement findings are that: The claimant’s complaint of unfair dismissal was presented out of time, and it was reasonably practicable for it to have been presented within time so that the Tribunal cannot extend the time for its presentation.