Time off: Relevance of agreed time off scheme
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Ashley v Ministry of Defence  IRLR 57 EAT (0 other reports)
In assessing the reasonableness of the amount of paid time off for trade union duties under s.27(2) of the EP(C)A, the terms of a collectively agreed time off scheme ought to be taken into account, suggests the EAT in Ashley v Ministry of Defence 2.11.83 EAT/133/83.
Negotiations relating to pay and conditions in Government industrial establishments are conducted at a Joint Coordinating Committee which comprises representatives of the management side and of recognised unions.