Labour & European Law Review
01 August 2000
Bowden and others v Tuffnells Parcels Express Limited EAT 6/4/2000
What happens where an employee suffers an occupational disease due to the negligent conduct of more than one employer?
Restrictive reporting Orders (RROs) can be made by Employment Tribunals to prevent the identification of any person affected by or making allegations.
In the second of our two part feature on recent cases we examine the latest decisions on the crucial issue of whether there has been a transfer covered by the TUPE regulations.
The Posting of Workers Directive 96/71/EC came into effect on 16 December 1999. Employers who post workers temporarily to work in other EU Member States must observe certain terms and conditions of employment.
We reported recently the High Court's decision in University of Nottingham v Eyett which considered whether an employer or administrator was obliged to inform a pension scheme member of the rights which he or she might have under a pension scheme.