The Court of Appeal has held that a contract between an employer and an employee or worker may exist even if the amount of wages has not been agreed between them (Ajar-Tec v Stack).
In LB Camden v (1) Pegg (2) Randstad Care (3) Hays Specialist Recruitment t/a Camden Agency for Temporary Supply the EAT held that where a contract worker, employed by an employment agency, is supplied to work for a third party (the principal), that worker will have the right to bring a claim against that principal for any discrimination suffered by the worker whilst working for the principal.
This article looks at certain payments that you may be owed by a former employer and what your rights are if your former employer cannot pay.
It has been some months since the Road Traffic Act was amended, to make use of a mobile telephone whilst driving an endorsable offence. We are now able to see how the law has been applied to date.