Practicalities Under The Protection of Employees (Temporary Agency Work) Act 2012

Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 31 July 2012
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Ronan Daly Jermyn
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Following the implementation of the Protection of Employees (Temporary Agency Work) Act 2012 a number of the solicitors in our Employment Team provided briefings to clients on the new Act. During our questions and answers sessions we saw a trend appear in the queries that were put to our team and in particular in relation to how both agencies and hirers alike would handle the practical implementation of the Act. While the Implementation Guidelines, which should be a useful guide, are expected shortly, in the meantime, we have listed below a number of the common questions and scenarios which were put to the team at our briefings.

Q1. If an employee has six months to take

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Ronan Daly Jermyn
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