Labour & European Law Review
01 August 2013
The business secretary Vince Cable last week referred evidence of ongoing blacklisting of trade unionists at a major building project to the Information Commissioner’s Office.
For a service provision change to occur under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE), there has to be “an organised grouping of employees” whose main purpose is to carry out a client’s “activities”.
Equal pay claimants who rely on a comparator at a different “establishment” have to show that they would have common terms if they were all employed in the same place.