Candler v ICL Systems Services
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Candler v ICL Systems Services IDS Brief 562 EAT (0 other reports)
In Candler v ICL Systems Services IDS Brief 562 EAT, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, although scheduled telephone standby duties could be terminated by giving four weeks' notice, the only power to vary them was the general power to vary, which required 26 weeks' notice
The claimants were customer service engineers. They were given a letter of appointment, general conditions of employment and special conditions of service.