Hay v George Hanson (Building Contractors) Ltd  IRLR 427 EAT
Reports relating to this case:
- 1 August 1996
In Hay v George Hanson (Building Contractors) Ltd  IRLR 427 EAT, the EAT held that an employee who had expressed unhappiness about the prospect of working for the transferee could not be said to have objected to (or refused) the transfer. An employee who refuses outright to transfer should, said the EAT, inform his or her employer in clear and unequivocal terms (whether by word or deed, or by a combination of the two) that he or she refuses to work for the transferor.
- 15 June 1996
An industrial tribunal was entitled to find that an employee objected to transferring to a new employer and informed his employer of that objection, holds the EAT in Hay v George Hanson (Building Contractors) Ltd.