Labour & European Law Review
27 February 2019
According to an analysis by the BBC, four in ten companies that are required by law to carry out an annual gender pay gap audit have reported a wider gap this year (...).
The law currently states that employees are entitled to a written statement of the particulars of their employment no later than two months after starting their job. The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held in Stefanko and ors v Maritime Hotel Ltd and anor that an employee who has worked for more than one month but less than two is also entitled to a statement (...).
In SD (Aberdeen) Ltd v Wright and ors, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that a tribunal was entitled to conclude that two companies were associated employers as both were controlled and represented by the same “principal actor” who could have shed light on their legal structure at the hearings but who failed to turn up to do so (...).