An A-Z of Employment Law by Peter Chandler

By Peter Chandler

Because the e-book of the final version there was a flood of recent laws bettering the rights of staff and enforcing extra tasks and duties on employers. This fourth variation has been comprehensively up to date and gives functional tips on new laws and on chosen and pertinent judgements by means of the tribunals and courts. This comprises info on: parental depart; unfair dismissal; disciplinary and criticism techniques; vacation trips and vacation pay; operating time (young persons); the nationwide minimal salary; adoption go away and pay; paternity depart and pay; new maternity rights; versatile operating; fixed-term staff; part-time staff; the Tax credit Act 2002; and the Employment Act 2002. whole with precious addresses and recommendation approximately substitute resources of data (such as codes of perform and DTI suggestions notes), this reference publication is a computing device better half for united kingdom managers and business relatives legislation scholars.

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Any person under the age of 18 is treated in law as a ‘minor’. Attachment of earnings 25 • An 18-year-old can be bound by the terms of a contract of employment, whether or not that contract acts to his or her benefit. However, a person under the age of 18 (classified as a ‘minor’) can only be so bound if the contract (taken as a whole) is considered to be to his or her benefit. • For further particulars, please refer to the sections titled Children, employment of and Women and young persons, employment of elsewhere in this handbook.

The facilities should be situated close to (or as near as reasonably possible to) female toilets and washrooms (regulation 25(4), Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations 1992. Common sense will dictate what is suitable (or practicable) for one workplace and what is unsuitable in relation to another. In a large factory, office block, hotel or department store, an employer would be expected to set aside a small well-ventilated room furnished with one or more beds or reclining chairs and equipped with a toilet and washbasin.

By way of explanation, the accompanying Approved Code of Practice points out that ‘seats in work areas can be counted as eating facilities provided they are in a sufficiently clean place and there is a suitable surface on which to place food. Eating facilities’, it continues, ‘should include a facility for preparing or obtaining a hot drink, such as an electric kettle, a vending machine or a canteen’. Furthermore, ‘workers who work during hours or at places where hot food cannot be obtained in, or reasonably near to, the workplace should be provided with the means for heating their own food’.

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