Labour & European Law Review
17 April 2019
As of April 6, all workers have the right to start receiving a payslip, including those on casual and zero-hour contracts (...).
Where an agency and hirer are held equally liable for infringing the right to equal pay under the Agency Worker Regulations 2010, the Court of Appeal has held in London Underground Ltd v Amissah and ors that it would only be just and equitable in “exceptional” circumstances for a tribunal to order a hirer to pay less than the amount apportioned to them for the breach (...).
The Employment Appeal Tribunal held in Nissa v Waverly Education Foundation Ltd and anor that, when trying to decide whether an impairment is long term or not, tribunals should look at the “reality of risk” and ask whether “it could well happen” that the impairment could last at least 12 months, based on a broad view of the evidence available (...).