Labour & European Law Review
05 November 2014
Figures published last week by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) show that although Britain is of the safest places in Europe to work, too many workers are still being injured or made ill by work.
Regulation 3 of the fixed-term regulations states that fixed-term employees must not be treated less favourably than permanent employees as a result of any act or deliberate failure to act by the employer.
Section 8 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 states that employers must provide employees with itemised pay statements setting out any deductions from gross salary and “the purposes for which they are made.”