Labour & European Law Review
06 November 2008
Stress and the poor use of display screen equipment top the list of workers' safety concerns, according to the TUC's seventh survey of safety reps (which comes out once every two years) published last month
The age regulations prohibit employers from paying workers differently on the grounds of their age (whether directly or indirectly), unless the employer can justify it.
As in MacCulloch, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in Loxley v BAE Land Systems Ltd (IDS 860) had to decide whether the employer could justify a redundancy scheme based on age and length of service.