Labour & European Law Review 03 July 2019
The TUC, in conjunction with women’s rights organisations and charities, have launched a campaign calling on the government to outlaw sexual harassment (...).
Claimants have to lodge a complaint of unfair dismissal within three months of being dismissed (extended by the early conciliation process), unless it is not reasonably practicable to do so. In Wray v Jewish Care, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that it was for the tribunal to decide based on the evidence before it whether it had been reasonably practicable for the claimant to present their complaint in time (...).
Workers paid according to the number of hours they are at work are classed as doing “time work” under the National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 and so entitled to the national minimum wage (NMW). In Frudd v Partington Group, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that a husband and wife team who were working on call after their shift finished were doing time work and therefore entitled to be paid NMW (...).