Labour & European Law Review
07 May 2014
Although the government last year estimated the number of people on zero-hours contracts to be about 250,000 (weekly LELR 331), a survey last week by the Office for National Statistics put the figure at nearly one and a half million.
Just over a decade ago, the Court of Appeal said that courts should apply two tests or “notions” when deciding whether data was personal or not - biographical significance and focus.
There is no service provision change under regulation 3 of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE), if the client “intends” that the activities following the task will be of “short-term duration”.