Labour & European Law Review
08 March 2007
Government plans to protect vulnerable agency workers and clamp down on rogue companies have been criticised by the TUC.
Over the years, the courts have agonised about who is – and is not - an agency worker.
Hot on the heels of the decision in James v Greenwich Council, another Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has rejected the idea of implying a contract of employment between an agency worker and the end user in Craigie v Haringey Council.