Labour & European Law Review
09 April 2014
Although Early Conciliation (EC) only applies to tribunal claims lodged on or after 6 May (see weekly LELR 357), transitional provisions allow prospective claimants to use the process on a voluntary basis from 6 April.
Although employers can be found liable for discriminatory acts carried out by their employees, what happens in the case of someone employed by a third party?
For a discrimination claim to succeed where the person’s contract is illegal, there needs to be a clear connection between the facts giving rise to the claim and the illegality.