Labour & European Law Review
01 May 2002
Chief Constable of the Bedfordshire Constabulary v Graham  IRLR 239
It is a commonly repeated statistic that many people these days meet their partners/spouses at work. However few expect their career to be affected or damaged by this.
Byrne Brothers v Baird and others  IRLR 96
Now that at least some employment rights extend beyond the confines of employees, the definition of a 'worker' is becoming more important.
Jiminez Melgar v Ayuntamiento de Los Barrios  IRLR 848
Tele Danmark A/S v Handels-Og Kontorfunktionaerernes Forbund I Danmark (HK) on behalf of Brandt-Nielsen  IRLR 853
The Work of the Health and Safety Executive Report and Proceedings of the Committee
published by the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Select Committee
HCP 31-I, ISBN 0 10211700 4, price £8 from the Stationery Office
Wynwith Engineering v Bennett  IRLR 170 (EAT)
RCO Support Services Limited v UNISON and others  EWCA Civ 464 (Court of Appeal)
Temco Service Industries SA v Imzilyen (Case C-51/00) (European Court of Justice)
Chief Constable of West Yorkshire v Vento (No.2)  IRLR 177
Vento (no 2) confirms the approach to be adopted by tribunals in making awards of compensation, including awards for injury to feelings, and in making recommendations.