Good morning and welcome back to your weekly dose of case law. Last week we had two cases for you, one about employment status and another on tribunal fees. This week, we have three cases [...]
de Mota v ADR Network Ltd and The Co-operative Group Ltd – Do you need separate ACAS Early Conciliation Certificates for each Respondent?
de Mota v ADR Network Ltd and The Co-operative Group Ltd Our next case concerns Early Conciliation (EC). Section 18A of the Employment Rights Act 1996 requires prospective Claimants to complete ACAS Early Conciliation by [...]
Abbeyfield Wessex Society Ltd v Edwards – Does an employer’s assertion to clients that someone will be able to cover work 24/7 entitle the employee to the minimum wage for the duration of a sleep-in shift?
Abbeyfield Wessex Society Ltd v Edwards Our final case this week is a wages claim. Earlier in the year we reported some NMW cases that laid down the criteria for deciding whether on-call or sleep-in [...]
Johnstone & Johnstone v Glasgow City Council | Can multi-dimensional treatment foster carers be employees of the local authority whom they foster for?
Welcome back to your weekly case law update. Last week we looked at two cases, one of them concerning equal pay, the other a right to privacy. The latter of those cases was an ECHR case that [...]
A v B | Should Claimants who paid a fee to bring their claim be entitled to that money back from the Respondent as part of their award?
A v B Our second case is about another hot topic in employment law, Tribunal Fees. Despite being recently removed from the ET website this case posed an important question: Should Claimants who paid a fee [...]
Asda Stores Ltd v Brierley & Ors – Can jobs with different pay structures in a business be compared for equal pay claims?
Welcome back to your weekly case law update. Those of you who missed it can still read last month's newsletter, it was a bumper edition with features on the England Women’s Team, the Google memo, tribunal [...]