Labour & European Law Review
11 April 2018
The TUC has published a report estimating that about five million UK supply chain workers are being cheated out of their rightful holiday pay and the national minimum wage because of a lack of accountability (…).
In discrimination claims claimants have to lodge their complaint within three months of the alleged act, unless they can show that it consisted of a series of acts extending over a period of time in which case time runs from the date of the last act (…).
Although it is now well established in law that employers must not uncritically accept advice from occupational health advisors about whether someone is disabled, the Court of Appeal has held in Donelien v Liberata UK Ltd that equally they should not ignore it completely. Instead it should be assessed along with all the other facts that they know about (…).