Labour & European Law Review
09 August 2012
A recently published TUC survey has found that employers are forcing one in four employees to pay for their own personal protective equipment (PPE), despite health and safety regulations to the contrary.
Tribunals have the power to award costs if it finds that a claim had no reasonable chance of succeeding, among other circumstances.
The Equal Treatment Directive states, among other things, that employers cannot discriminate on the ground of age, unless they can objectively justify it.