Case round up in brief

first_imgCase round up in briefOn 1 Dec 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. This month’s case round up in briefPregnancy-related dismissals The applicant was dismissed because of her poor sickness record. Herabsences included a small amount of pregnancy-related absence. The EAToverturned a finding of sex discrimination on the grounds that thepregnancy-related absence was not the reason for the dismissal. There was noevidence to suggest that the decision would have been any different if thepregnancy related absence had not been taken into account. (Nottingham CityCouncil v Redmond, EAT) “Normal day-to-day activities” do not include sports An inability to cycle, keep goal and play snooker was not sufficient todemonstrate a substantial adverse impact on normal day-to-day activities underthe DDA. The tribunal had wrongly considered what were normal day-to-dayactivities for a person of the applicant’s age and gender. Sports, hobbies andgames are not to be treated as normal day-to-day activities for the purposes ofthe Act. (Coca-Cola Enterprises v Shergill, EAT) Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

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Former Indiana first lady Susan Bayh dies at 61 from cancer

first_imgINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The family of former Indiana first lady Susan Bayh says she has died at age 61 after years of surgeries and treatments for brain cancer. A family spokesman said Saturday that Bayh died Friday night in McLean, Virginia. Bayh was Indiana’s first lady for eight years after her husband, Democrat Evan Bayh, won election to the first of two terms as governor in 1988. Susan Bayh first underwent brain surgery in 2015 to remove a benign tumor. But she later had multiple surgeries and radiation and immunotherapy treatments after a malignant glioblastoma was discovered in May 2018.last_img

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VIDEO: What will Lakers do in free agency?

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers What will the Lakers do in the free agency period. Bill Oram, NBA writer for the Southern California News Group, discusses what could be up the Lakers’ sleeve, as they look to shed payroll for a run at NBA superstars like LeBron James and Paul George. Video by Jonathan Khamis, SCNG. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Record-setting meet for Trail Winter Club swimmers

first_imgTrail Winter Swim Club (TWSC) swimmers posted some impressive performances at the 2014 Swim BC Short Course AAA Age Group Championships recently in Kamloops.Dylan Kormendy set a new Provincial AAA meet record in the 11&U boys 800 meter freestyle with his sister, Eden Kormendy also setting a AAA meet record in the 12-13 girls 800 meter freestyle.The two gold medals for the Trail Swim Club swimmers was the onlyl club to have two wins in the distance events.Dylan finished off in the Provincial swim meet with first-place finishes in the 800m Free (10:31.33) and 400m IM (5:32.97), second in the 200 meter butterfly and 200 meter Individual medley (IM) and third in the 200 meter backstroke, 200 meter breaststroke and 100 meter butterfly. Eden, preparing for the Western Canadian Championships in February where she will be defending her spot for the Provincial Prospects Spring Training opportunity, brought home Gold in the 800 meter freestyle (9:30.24) and 400 meter IM (5:10.16), silver in 200 meter IM and bronze in the 100 meter breasstroke.Thirteen-year-old Aby Elwood saw her training payoff with a bronze medal finish in the 200 m butterfly (2:34.65) and several personal best and club record times shattered.Jackson Konkin, 13, as a first time swimmer in the AAA Championships placed fifth in the 400 meter freestyle and set several new personal and club best times.Martin Gonzalez, 15, set a new club record in the boys 50 meter and 400 meter freestyle.Samuel Matthew, 14, of Nelson broke personal and club records in the 200 meter IM, 50 and 100 meter breast stroke events over the four day elite competition.Coach Bill Park has been working diligently with the TWSC swimmers since September 2013 and is very pleased with their performances at the AAA’s as British Columbia has a very high level of talent. He is currently preparing the Trail Winter Swim Club swimmers for the Western Canadians, AA’s and Long Course meets, focusing on Long Term Athlete Development in the “Home of Champions”.For anyone interested in joining the Trail Winter Swim Club please email: [email protected]last_img read more

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