A poll by the TUC has found that more than 84 per cent of working people want everyone at work to have the same set of basic rights (...).
The Employment Rights Act states that tribunals can only make an order for re-engagement in relation to … “the employer, or by the successor of the employer”. In Greater Glasgow Health Board v Neilson, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that these provisions only apply in very limited circumstances following a transfer in which TUPE is engaged (...).
Tribunals have the power to increase an award if the employer fails to provide the claimant with a statement of written particulars of employment. However, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held in Levy v 34 & Co Ltd that tribunals are not required to automatically make the uplift if the claimant did not lodge a specific claim to that effect. (...).