- Agency worker’s right is limited to equal provision of vacancy information (News, 3 August 2015)
- Impact of this judgment
- Background law
- The facts and decision of the employment tribunal
- The judgment of the EAT
In relation to the Temporary Agency Workers Directive: (1) the principle of equal treatment in Article 2 is confined to working time and pay, and there is no general right for a temporary agency worker to be treated no less favourably than a direct employee, and (2) the right to to be informed of vacant posts under Article 6 is the right to be provided with information in just as useful a form, and at just as convenient a time, as that provided to the permanent worker in the end user’s undertaking. The Directive does not confer any additional right, eg to have an interview or to be considered for employment. EAT: Coles v Ministry of Defence.
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