Labour & European Law Review
01 October 2014
The Children’s Commissioner last week published a report on the impact of legal aid changes on the rights of children since 2013, which also has potential implications for employment rights.
When bringing a claim of direct age discrimination under the Equality Act, workers have to show that there aren’t any material differences between their case and that of their comparator.
There is a “service provision change” (SPC) under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) when one contractor stops providing activities for a client and a different contractor carries them on for the same client.