Thursday, 27 October 2005

Stress at Work

Just up on BAILII today is a Court of Appeal decision from June.

In it, the Court holds that when deciding whether psychiatric injury is reasonable foreseeable (for the purpose of a stress at work claim), it is proper for the court to take into account that the employer is breaching the maximum average 48-hour working week (and the rest provisions) contained in the Working Time Regulations 1998.

Hone v Six Continents Retail

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