Beginning employment law by James Marson

By James Marson

''Beginning Employment legislations is a really introductory consultant to employment legislation and commercial family members. it really is of specific profit for these beginning human assets classes, undergraduate modules at the topic, Graduate degree in legislations classes, and foreign scholars searching for an advent to employment legislation in England and Wales. The advisor is written with a spotlight on readability of clarification and accessibility to Read more...

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3) The statement shall contain particulars of— (a) the names of the employer and employee, (b) the date when the employment began, and (c) the date on which the employee’s period of continuous employment began (taking into account any employment with a previous employer which counts towards that period). (4) The statement shall also contain particulars, as at a specified date not more than seven days before the statement (or the instalment containing them) is given, of – (a) the scale or rate of remuneration or the method of calculating remuneration, (b) the intervals at which remuneration is paid (that is, weekly, monthly or other specified intervals), (c) any terms and conditions relating to hours of work (including any terms and conditions relating to normal working hours), (d) any terms and conditions relating to any of the following— (i) entitlement to holidays, including public holidays, and holiday pay (the particulars given being sufficient to enable the employee’s entitlement, including any entitlement to accrued holiday pay on the termination of employment, to be precisely calculated), (ii) incapacity for work due to sickness or injury, including any provision for sick pay, and (iii) pensions and pension schemes, (e) the length of notice which the employee is obliged to give and entitled to receive to terminate his contract of employment, (f) the title of the job which the employee is employed to do or a brief description of the work for which he is employed, (g) where the employment is not intended to be permanent, the period for which it is expected to continue or, if it is for a fixed term, the date when it is to end, (h) either the place of work or, where the employee is required or permitted to work at various places, an indication of that and of the address of the employer, (j) any collective agreements which directly affect the terms and conditions of the employment including, where the employer is not a party, the persons by whom they were made.

This element of the industrial jury system has an important dimension to it. It is not uncommon for the Employment Judge to come to a decision that is different from the Institutions in employment relations decision made by the two wing members. In such a situation, the Employment Judge is outvoted and the decision of the majority is taken to produce the award of the tribunal. This demonstrates the equal status of each member of the tribunal and the significant role each plays in a tribunal award.

37 38 Beginning Employment Law KEY CASE ANALYSIS: Cresswell v Board of Inland Revenue [1984] IRLR 190 Background • • • • • Cresswell was employed by the Inland Revenue as a tax officer. His duties included using a paper-based filing system. As part of technological changes in working practices, the Inland Revenue introduced a computer based system for its PAYE system. Cresswell refused to operate the new system and claimed the contract merely required him to use the paper-based system. The Inland Revenue suspended Cresswell without pay until he was prepared to operate the new system.

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