Update on worker rights to apply for the minimum annual leave
By Gillian Cumming, Senior Solicitor.   The European Court of Justice (ECJ) was recently faced with the following question – if a worker does...
Gillian Cumming
13th Nov 2018
Risk Assessments for Breastfeeding Mothers
A recent case heard by the European Court of Justice looked at whether it was sex discrimination for an employer to fail to conduct a risk assessment for...
Caroline Cockbain
9th Nov 2017
Headscarves Ban and Religious Discrimination
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) yesterday issued its decision in the case of Achtiba v G4S Secure Solutions, which looked at a ban on wearing headscarves...
Gillian Cumming
21st Mar 2017
The ECJ judgment on Travel Time as Working Time
We posted an update in July this year regarding the Advocate General’s (AG) opinion in a European working time case that time spent travelling to and...
Emma Grossmith
16th Oct 2015
Travelling time is ‘working time’ for workers with no fixed place of work
The ECJ has confirmed, in a European working time case, that time spent travelling to and from home by workers with no fixed place of work is working time...
Emma Grossmith
16th Oct 2015
Travel Time as Working Time
The Working Time Regulations have been in the spotlight for some time now, mostly due to the recent spate of cases regarding the calculation of holiday pay.  
Gillian Melville
8th Jul 2015
ECJ clarifies rules on when employers must consult collectively about redundancies
Where an employer is proposing to dismiss 20 or more people at one establishment they are required by law to undertake a collective consultation process with...
David Reid
29th May 2015
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