Inex Home Improvements Limited v Hodgkins & Others UKEAT/0329/14/JOJPosted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionTransfer of Undertaking (TUPE)
In Inex Home Improvements Limited v Hodgkins & Others UKEAT/0329/14/JOJ the claimant employees worked on contracts which had been subcontracted to Inex, their employer, by another organisation. The work was released by the main contractor in tranches, each with its own works number. During November and December 2012 Inex completed works subject to work order no.8. No new order had been issued. It was anticipated that the next order would be issued in January 2013. Temporarily, there was no work for the employees to do. They were employed under the terms of the Construction Industry Joint Council Working Rule Agreement which allowed for lay off.
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