Labour & European Law Review
12 December 2018
The TUC has called on the government to put its money where its mouth is and force employers to publish their disability pay gaps (...).
Although employers can be held vicariously liable for their employees’ conduct, it has to be closely connected with the acts that the employee was authorised to do. In Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd, the Court of Appeal held that that an assault committed at a drinks event following a company party could be said to have been carried out in the course of the employee’s employment (...).
In the decision of Timis and anor v Osipov and anor, the Court of Appeal has held that two individual directors, who were responsible for dismissing a senior employee for blowing the whistle, were liable to pay him compensation, in addition to the company itself, under section 47B of the Employment Rights Act which deals with “detriment” against co-workers (...).