Having A NatteRR
Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode6

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode6

March 18, 2021

Robinson Ralph is back with a brand new episode of 'Having A NatteRR'.

This week, David, Jane, and Imogen discuss the case of Aylott v BPP University Limited. In this case, the Employment Tribunal awarded the Claimant, a former employment law lecturer who suffered with depression and anxiety, £168,047.40 after finding that she had been constructively and unfairly dismissed following the Respondent's lack of action and a failure to make reasonable adjustments by neither reducing her workload, nor supporting her.

As you may have gathered, Simon is not on this particular episode. As a result, the chances are that you might actually enjoy this week's podcast. At the very least, you may enjoy David's thoughts on where the phrase "mad as a box of frogs" may have come from.

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode5

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode5

March 2, 2021

Robinson Ralph return for a special episode of 'Having A NatteRR'.

This week, Simon, David, Jane and Samuel are joined by Catrin Asbrey, Group HR Director to talk about Sellers v Doers in the workplace.

It will be obvious to the listener that Catrin elevates the podcast to a far more respectable level with her insightful contributions about a very interesting topic. It was a pleasure to have Catrin on the podcast and we look forward to hopefully welcoming her back on a future episode.

 

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode 4

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode 4

February 12, 2021

Robinson Ralph is back with another episode of 'Having A NatteRR'.

Simon, David, Jane and Samuel discuss the case of Hurley v East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust. In this case, the Employment Tribunal upheld the Claimant's claim for constructive unfair dismissal after she resigned following a series of events, which included being the subject of a "practical joke" when her manager tricked her into believing that she had to deliver a 3 hour presentation the following day.

Simon talks about what he got for his birthday this week and we also explore the links that Samuel has with 'The Lord of the Rings'.

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode3

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode3

February 5, 2021

Robinson Ralph returns for yet another episode of 'Having A NatteRR'.

Simon, David, Jane and Samuel discuss the case of Austin v A1M Retro Classics Limited. In this case, the Employment Tribunal awarded the Claimant £28,560.00 after finding that he had been unfairly dismissed by the Respondent, which had accused him of breaching its social media policy as a result of a post on Facebook.

Everyone reveals their middle name (apart from Jane who mysteriously doesn’t have one) and there’s a bit of a chat about snow. Truly ground-breaking stuff!

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode 2

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode 2

January 29, 2021

Robinson Ralph is back with a brand new episode of 'Having A NatteRR'.

Simon, David and Samuel are joined by Jane this week in her debut appearance on the podcast to talk about the case of Pamment v Renewi Services UK Limited. In this case, the Employment Tribunal held that the Claimant, who was a recycling worker for the Respondent, was unfairly dismissed despite failing a random drugs test.

Jane talks about who her favourite contributor to the podcast has been until now and there is also a bit of a chat about sweets.

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode 1

Having A NatteRR - Series 4: Episode 1

January 22, 2021

Robinson Ralph is back for a brand new series of 'Having A NatteRR'.

Simon, David and Samuel kick off the new series by discussing the case of Rawal v Royal Mail Group Limited. In this case, the Employment Tribunal awarded the Claimant, who was a postman, £37,720.98 after finding that he had been unfairly dismissed by the Respondent for urinating while on his round.

There’s also a brief and rare appearance from Juliet on the podcast as well as a rambling and uninformed discussion about coconuts, which we think Dave has got confused with bowling balls.

Having A NatteRR - The Christmas Party Episode

Having A NatteRR - The Christmas Party Episode

December 17, 2020

As a special treat for anyone who follows this absolute shambles of a podcast, Simon, David and Samuel present a special episode of 'Having A NatteRR'.

The guys talk about their views on and experiences of workplace Christmas parties. They've actually surprised themselves a little bit in that they think this episode is quite decent and they don't completely regret having recorded it. As always though, you can be the judge of whether they should or not!

Having A NatteRR - Series 3: Episode 8

Having A NatteRR - Series 3: Episode 8

December 4, 2020

Robinson Ralph returns for the final episode in Series 3 of ‘Having A NatteRR'.

Simon, David and Samuel discuss the case of Crompton v Eden Private Staff Limited. In this case, an Employment Tribunal awarded £900 to the 57-year-old Claimant who was the victim of age discrimination and harassment due to being repeatedly asked by her boss if she was having "a senior moment".

Samuel also shares some good news about his new house and David mentions that he went for a walk last weekend.

Enthralling stuff as usual.

Having A NatteRR - Series 3: Episode 7

Having A NatteRR - Series 3: Episode 7

November 19, 2020

Robinson Ralph is back with a brand new episode of ‘Having A NatteRR’.

Simon, David and Samuel discuss the case of Mehdinejad v Royal Mail. In this case, an Employment Tribunal ordered the Respondent to pay the Claimant £14,000 in compensation for disability harassment. The Claimant suffers from ADHD, dyslexia and dyspraxia. A manager for the Respondent approached the Claimant and both insulted and intimidated him by repeatedly referring to him as “dodgy”.

Simon also talks about his former dream of becoming a pilot and how he would transform the designs of fighter jets. A very unique discussion which will live long in the memory.

Having A NatteRR - Series 3: Episode 6

Having A NatteRR - Series 3: Episode 6

October 15, 2020

Robinson Ralph bring you another edition of its unforgettable podcast, ‘Having A NatteRR’.

Simon, David and Samuel discuss the case of Ryan v South West Ambulance Services NHS Trust. In this case, the Employment Appeal Tribunal were asked to consider the question of whether a talent pool created by an employer and comprising mainly of employees below the age of 55, was indirectly discriminatory against an employee on the grounds of age.

There’s also a bit of a chat about sweets, chocolate and wine. If that isn’t a winning combination then who knows what is?

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