When can employees working abroad on rotation claim unfair dismissal?
In Ravat v Halliburton Manufacturing and Services Ltd the Supreme Court decided that an employee who worked in Libya on a 28 day on, 28 day off basis was entitled to claim unfair dismissal because of a “sufficiently strong connection with Great Britain”. We consider the implications of this decision in our recent e-bulletin, which will be of particular relevance to employers engaging staff on a rotational basis, such as those in the oil and gas sectors.
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