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www.lawrapido.com is a Legal Research organisation that assists individuals and organisations as well as potential litigants to determine whether or not they have a case. ...

www.lawrapido.com is a Legal Research organisation that assists individuals and organisations as well as potential litigants to determine whether or not they have a case.
Our service is quick, affordable and utilises the internet for a quick turn around. For more information please email info@lawrapido.com or Telephone Ben Oguntala, LLB Hons.LLM, on 07812039867. Legal research starts from £250 and can be delivered to you in 4 working days.

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  • www.lawrapido.com --- info@lawrapido.com – 07812039867What every one who works need toknowwww.lawrapido.com is a Legal Research organisation that assists individualsand organisations as well as potential litigants to determine whether or notthey have a case.Our service is quick, affordable and utilises the internet for a quick turnaround. For more information please email info@lawrapido.com or Telephone BenOguntala, LLB Hons.LLM, on 07812039867. Legal research starts from £250 andcan be delivered to you in 4 working days.ContentsWho are you? .......................................................................................................................................... 3 - Employee ...................................................................................................................................... 3 - Worker .......................................................................................................................................... 3 - Self-employed ............................................................................................................................... 3 - Independent contractor................................................................................................................ 3 - Agency worker ............................................................................................................................. 3 - Casual worker ............................................................................................................................... 3 - Temps............................................................................................................................................ 3 - Fixed term employee .................................................................................................................... 3 The law and courts can determine who you are ................................................................................ 3What type of contract do you have ........................................................................................................ 4  Employment rights act s1 ....................................................................................................... 4  Contract for services ............................................................................................................... 4  Contract of services................................................................................................................. 4  Expressed terms ...................................................................................................................... 4  Implied terms .......................................................................................................................... 4 What duties are owed under your contract? ..................................................................................... 4 Work rules ........................................................................................................................................... 4What type employment issue do you face ............................................................................................. 5 Equal pay issue .................................................................................................................................... 5 Discrimination ..................................................................................................................................... 5 Health and Safety ................................................................................................................................ 51|Page
  • www.lawrapido.com --- info@lawrapido.com – 07812039867 Termination of employment ............................................................................................................... 6 Were you wrongfully dismissed? ........................................................................................................ 6 Were you unfairly dismissed? ............................................................................................................. 6 Redundancy ........................................................................................................................................ 6 Transfer of undertakings ..................................................................................................................... 6 Restraint of Trade ............................................................................................................................... 6 Trade unions ....................................................................................................................................... 6 Industrial actions................................................................................................................................. 7 Copyright issues .................................................................................................................................. 7 Data Protection issues ........................................................................................................................ 7What are the sources of Law available in Employment law ................................................................... 7  ERA - employment rights act 1996 ......................................................................................... 7  ERA - employment relations act 1999 .................................................................................... 7  working time regulations - SI 1998/1833................................................................................ 7  Race relations Act 1976 .......................................................................................................... 7What are the tribunal and court systems available? .............................................................................. 7  Employment tribunal .............................................................................................................. 7  Employment appeal tribunal - appeal on point of law ECJ ................................................. 7  Court of appeal (civil division) ECJ ...................................................................................... 7  Supreme Court ECJ .............................................................................................................. 72|Page
  • www.lawrapido.com --- info@lawrapido.com – 07812039867Who are you?In your employment, the first thing you need to know is who you are, this may be in your contract,verbal agreement, conduct or determined by the courts for you. - Employee - Worker - Self-employed - Independent contractor - Agency worker - Casual worker - Temps - Fixed term employeeWho you are will determine what level of protection you get from the Law, and sometimes grant youspecific rights.The Law and courts can determine who you are- The business test- The Substitution test- The self-description- Multiple or Economic reality test- Integration test- Control test- Mutuality of obligation- Equal pay act 1970 (EqPA) test- Sex discrimination act 1975 (SDA) test - Race relation act 1976 test- Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) test- Employment Relations Act 1999 test3|Page
  • www.lawrapido.com --- info@lawrapido.com – 07812039867What type of contract do you have The second question is what sort or type of contract do you have, you can have the contract determined by:  Employment rights act s1  Contract for services  Contract of services  Expressed terms  Implied termsWhat duties are owed under your contract?  Duties of the employer - Duty to exercise reasonable care - Duty to provide a grievance procedure - Duty of mutual trust and confidence  Duties of the employee - Duty of obedience Duty to adapt - Duty to exercise care - Duty of fidelity or good faithWork rules  Custom and practice  Statute provisions4|Page
  • www.lawrapido.com --- info@lawrapido.com – 07812039867What type employment issue do you faceWe established in (1) who you are and in 2 what sort of contract you have, this sets the basis foryour entitlements and how we can assess the issue you are faced with, which can be:Equal pay issue - what is your pay - what is a relevant “Like work” - Work rated as equivalent - work of equal value - can there be a genuine material factor defence - Other statutory issues i. National minimum wage Act 1998 ii. Working time regulations 1998 iii. maternity rights iv. Human rights v. Public interest disclosure act 1998 vi. Fixed term employees (prevention of less favourable treatment) regulations 2002Discrimination - Age - Sex and race discrimination - Sexual orientation - Direct discrimination - Harassment - Victimisation - Indirect discrimination - Indirect sex discrimination - Indirect race discrimination - Dress code - vicarious liability - Defences available - Remedies - Disability discriminationHealth and Safety  Common law - Employers direct liability - Duty of care - Safe plant and equipment - Safe place to work - Safe system of work - Provision of competent fellow Employees - Employers indirect liability  Statute - Health And Safety at work Act - 1974 (HSWA) - Management of Health and safety at work regulations 1992 - Provisions and use of work equipment regulations 1992 - Manual handling operations regulations 19925|Page
  • www.lawrapido.com --- info@lawrapido.com – 07812039867 - Workplace (health, safety and welfare) regulation 1992 - Personal protective equipment at work 1992 - Health and safety (display screen equipment) regulations 1999Termination of employmentThere are three ways in which your employment can be terminated, namely:  By way of contract  In breach of contract  Methods external to the contractWere you wrongfully dismissed?  Establishment of the wrong  Repudiatory breach  Public law remedies available  Limitations and damagesWere you unfairly dismissed?  Can you claim  Can a dismissal be identified  The reason for dismissal  The fairness of the dismissalRedundancy  Have you been made redundant?  Was it a fair redundancy procedure  What compensations are available to youTransfer of undertakings  Transfer of undertaking (Protection of employment) Regulation 2006  Consultation over transfersRestraint of Trade  Competition whilst employed  Garden leave  Restrictive covenantsTrade unions  Trade Union and Labour Relations (consolidation ) Act 1992  European convention on Human Rights Article 11  Is your matter in relation to membership in a Trade union?6|Page
  • www.lawrapido.com --- info@lawrapido.com – 07812039867Industrial actions  Is the issue in relation to an industrial action?  Was an official or unofficial action?  Golden formula  Immunity for liability  How does the law relating to picketing apply to your actions?Copyright issues  Is the work you did considered your work or your company’s Intellectual Property?  What are your moral and economic rights in the work you produce for your company?Data Protection issues  Has your Data Protection or privacy rights been breachedWhat are the sources of Law available in Employment law  ERA - employment rights act 1996  ERA - employment relations act 1999  working time regulations - SI 1998/1833  Race relations Act 1976What are the tribunal and court systems available?  Employment tribunal  Employment appeal tribunal - appeal on point of law ECJ  Court of appeal (civil division) ECJ  Supreme Court ECJTo carry out a Legal Research contact us via email – info@lawrapido.com or telephone Ben Oguntalaon 07812039867.7|Page