Morgans v Alpha Plus Security Ltd: EAT 17 Jan 2005

The Tribunal had given credit for the full amount of incapacity benefit which the employee had received during the notice period. He appealed on the grounds that it ought not to have done so. There was a conflict of authority on the point in the Tribunal.


The Honourable Mr Justice Burton


[2005] UKEAT 0438 – 04 – 1701, UKEAT/0438/04, [2005] IRLR 234


Bailii, EATn


England and Wales

Cited by:

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The claimant had been dismissed shortly after becoming unable to work. She sought payment of her normal salary during the period of notice saying this was established good practice.
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CitedBurlo v Langley and Carter CA 21-Dec-2006
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CitedKnapton and others v ECC Card Clothing Ltd EAT 7-Mar-2006
EAT Unfair Dismissal: Compensation
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Updated: 29 June 2022; Ref: scu.222391