Tribunals Case Highlights Need to Be Wary over Employee Bonuses

Can discretionary bonuses paid to employees become contractual? In the case of Bluestones Medical Recruitment Ltd V Swinnerton, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) held just that. The claimant had worked for Bluestone in several different roles, eventually as a General Manager. In his earlier roles, his contract referred to him receiving a discretionary bonus. However, … Continue reading Tribunals Case Highlights Need to Be Wary over Employee Bonuses