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The employee in question actually never signed any NDA, but was issued one awhile back that mentioned employees could not share or discuss salary information- is this clause even enforceable? Were you working together with the co-worker to improve terms and conditions of employment? I was contacted by a company called Start'Immo to work for them.
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Yes, although as part of considering the alternatives to redundancy one of the initial steps an employer should normally consider is ending or reducing the use of agency staff. You can. If the reasons are valid an employee who is pregnant or on maternity leave can still be fairly dismissed. However, it is when the dismissal is connected to the pregnancy or maternity leave that the dismissal will be automatically unfair. To give an example, when deciding who to select for redundancy an employer may look at performance figures. If an employer fails to take account of time off for maternity leave, then the employee selected may have a good claim for unfair dismissal and also discrimination. If redundancy arises whilst you are on maternity leave and it is not practicable for your employer to continue to employ you under your existing contract, you are entitled to be offered a suitable alternative vacancy where one is available.