A model contract clause on overtime for part-time workers.
A model contract clause on commencement of part-time employment.
A model contract clause on job title and duties of a part-time worker.
A model contract clause on job title and duties of a fixed-term employee.
In Lucas v Chichester Diocesan Housing Association Ltd, the EAT holds that there were no grounds, on the evidence presented, for the tribunal's finding that the claimant's disclosures were not made in good faith.
In Webley v Department for Work and Pensions, the Court of Appeal holds that an employer's practice of refusing to renew fixed-term employment contracts once 51 weeks of service had elapsed was not unlawful under the Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002.
In Ackinclose and others v Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that local authority employees contracted out to the private sector were not entitled to pay increases introduced under a new collective bargaining agreement, known as the Green Book.
In Coutts & Co plc v Cure; Royal Bank of Scotland v Fraser, the EAT holds that, in a case where an employer refused to pay a non-contractual bonus to all non-permanent employees, including some fixed-term workers, the tribunal did not err in law by holding that the reason for the less favourable treatment was on the ground of the employees' status as fixed-term workers.
In Wippel v Peek & Cloppenburg GmbH & Co. KG, the European Court of Justice holds that a worker working pursuant to a contract under which hours of work are dependent on the amount of work available and are determined only on a case-by-case basis by agreement between the employer and worker, is within the scope of the Equal Treatment Directive.
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