Labour & European Law Review
06 June 2013
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, which came into force on 25 April, sets out the implementation dates of a number of new employment law provisions over the next few months.
The law says that employees can apply for interim relief if they can show it was “likely” that they were dismissed because of their trade union membership or activities.
Courts have to give a “fair meaning” to the words in collective agreements when trying to decide if they are enforceable or not.