Pay protection and reasonable adjustments

In the recent case of G4S Cash Solutions (UK) Ltd v Powell the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that a reasonable adjustment could not be imposed without an employee’s consent where it involved changes to contractual terms and conditions and, where reasonable, protecting an employee’s pay where a lower grade job has been offered, may be considered a reasonable adjustment.

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Kate Meadowcroft


As a Director in the Employment team I provide clear, robust advice to private and public multi-site organisations on a wide range of employment law matters.