Labour & European Law Review
30 October 2008
The European Parliament last week approved the proposal for a directive on Temporary Agency Work
To succeed in a claim of vicarious liability for personal injury, claimants have to show that the injury occurred in the “ordinary course” of the perpetrator’s employment.
Although section 230 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 defines who is an employee and who is a worker, it can often be hard for tribunals to decide their status in reality.