Labour & European Law Review
15 November 2017
A poll carried out by the TUC earlier this month has found that workers do not generally feel that they are listened to at work.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has decided in Nogueira and ors v Crewlink Ireland Ltd and Osacar v Ryanair Designated Activity Company (formerly Ryanair Ltd) that, in order to decide where a cabin crew member habitually carries out their work, a number of different factors have to be considered, not just the place that has been designated as their “home base”.
It is unlawful to discriminate against civil partners under the Civil Partnership Act 2004, with certain exceptions. In Walker v Innospec Ltd and ors, the Supreme Court held that it is unlawful to discriminate against civil partners in respect of a pension for periods of service before 5 December 2005, which is when the Act came into force.