Labour & European Law Review
01 October 2003
In this recent case the Court of Appeal holds that there is an implied contractual term, if and when the employer intends to depart from the normal situation to inform employees of the departure - here in connection with pay
Are employees really protected by the new rights under family friendly legislation?
Frankly, the impact of the Human Rights Act in employment law has been limited. In this case, the European Convention on Human Rights was relied on to influence the band of reasonable responses test in determining whether a dismissal is fair
Until recently there was very little chance of successfully suing an employer for a deliberate assault by an employee
November 2003 is the 10th anniversary of the Working Time Directive (Council Directive 93/104/EC of 23 November 1993, as amended by Directive 2000/32 of 22 June 2000)
The rights of workers in the situation of collective redundancy have been criticised for their lack of punch