Labour & European Law Review
10 April 2019
Despite claims by the Low Pay Commission that 20 years of the National Minimum Wage has had a transformative effect on the UK labour market, the TUC argues that young workers are still getting a raw deal (...).
According to tribunal rules, ACAS has to send an early conciliation certificate to claimants by email if the claimant provides an email address. In Galloway v Wood Group UK Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the expression "an email address" means an actual email address and not an address that has never been set up or registered to a user (...).
The law says that it is automatically unfair to dismiss an employee if the reason is because they asserted that the employer had infringed a relevant statutory right. In Spaceman v ISS Mediclean Ltd t/a ISS Facility Service Healthcare the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the infringement must have already happened as opposed to one that may or may not happen in the future (...).