Labour & European Law Review
20 June 2013
The government has launched an “informal” review of the use of zero hours contracts, as a result of a dramatic increase in their use over the last decade.
Once an employee has established facts from which a tribunal can presume discrimination, the burden shifts to the employer to rebut that presumption.
The point of a compensation award is to put successful claimants in the position they would have been, had the “wrong” not happened.