Rights of an Employee- Research Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction..........................................................................................................................................1Assessment 1 Case Study – All Generation TV...................................................................................1Advise the Board of Directors of AG TV on the merits of Gary’s unfair dismissal claim.........1Assessment 2 Essay..............................................................................................................................3Equality Act 2010........................................................................................................................3References............................................................................................................................................7
INTRODUCTIONIn the present research report, researcher focuses on understanding the core concepts ofdifferent rights that an employee possess during his/her tenure. At times, unfair dismissal takeplace which indeed create problems for the employee (Freyens and Oslington, 2013). In thisregard, government of UK have developed various laws and legislation on the basis of whichpenalized employee through unfair practices can claims certain compensation. Herein,considering the case of Gary who was working since 1981 with AG TV but as the presenter ofDIY Show. However, due to declining popularity of show produce planned to modify variousaspects about the show which consist of new anchor thus, Gary was terminated from the show. Inthis context, present research focuses on advising the Board of Directors of AG TV on the meritsof Gary’s unfair dismissal claim. Wherein, second part essay on illustrating the provision of theEquality Act 2010 relation to discrimination has been considered. ASSESSMENT 1 CASE STUDY – ALL GENERATION TVAdvise the Board of Directors of AG TV on the merits of Gary’s unfair dismissal claimAccording to the present given case, Gary’s DIY show has been a central part of AGTV’s schedule and he is well known both for his DIY expertise and for his quirky style ofpresenting. In addition, he has his own distinctive style of dress and is known for his outspokenviews. However, in recent time Gary’s broadcasting days have recently been significantlyreduced because company has experienced drop advertising revenue as a results of the economicrecession and declining interest in its programmes (Ewing and Qc, 2012). Thus, producer of theDIY program thinks that refreshing some of the programmes and cutting the staff wage bill is themost effective way of keeping the business healthy. However, after conducting the market research it has been observed by the manageriallevel people that in order to survive and flourish "Big Bang DIY" needed to grow a wideraudience whilst not losing its core viewing audience. In this, Anne the producer, aim to create apersonality driven program for the predominantly male and aged over 55. In parallel to this,market research subsequently evaluated that viewers no longer found Gary’s personality andbroadcasting style appealing. Considering this situation, AG TV announced that RickeyShowman, a 30 year-old model and former presenter on the leading DIY shopping channel wasto be the new presenter on "Big Bang DIY" (Equality law and disability discrimination, 2014).However, enjoying holiday in Jamaica, Gary received a telephone call from AG TV informing1

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