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12 Week rights for agency workers: Kocur v Royal Mail

Tom Coghlin QC considers the important judgment of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in Kocur v Royal Mail and anor UKEAT/0181/17 , a decision which brings much-needed clarification to the rights of agency workers to the same basic working and working conditions under the Agency Worker Regulations 2010. Nathaniel Caiden of Cloisters appeared for...
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Agency Employees, Unfair Dismissal and the Necessity of Communicating an Intention to Dismiss: the recent EAT judgment in Sandle v Adecco UK Ltd

Agency Employees, Unfair Dismissal and the Necessity of Communicating an Intention to Dismiss: the recent EAT judgment in Sandle v Adecco UK Ltd
Ed Williams and Caroline Musgrave appeared before the EAT in July 2016 to argue an important case for agency workers and those who bring or defend unfair dismissal claims in the context of agency employment. Navid Pourghazi discusses the Judgment.   Introduction The EAT’s decision in Sandle v Adecco UK Limited is a must-read for practitioners ...
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Sarah Fraser Butlin acts in whistle-blowing case that re-ignites worker status debate

Sarah Fraser Butlin acts in whistle-blowing case that re-ignites worker status debate
Rachel Barrett considers the recent decision McTigue v University Hospital Bristol NHS Foundation Trust , in which the President of the Employment Appeal Tribunal has given important guidance on the application of whistle-blowing provisions to agency workers. Sarah Fraser Butlin of Cloisters represented the NHS Trust in this latest case to consider...
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