McMullen, John
January 2007
People Management;1/25/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p19
The article focuses on the decision of Great Britain's Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) in the case James versus Greenwich Council. The plaintiff was hired by an agency as a temporary worker under a contract of services and supplied to the council. James has sued the council for unfair dismissal but she failed to establish a contract of employment between her and the council. It cites the guidance released by the EAT on dealing with agency workers.


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