ET3 grounds for resisting claim—Agency Workers Regulations 2010: hirer
ET3 grounds for resisting claim—Agency Workers Regulations 2010: hirer

The following Employment guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • ET3 grounds for resisting claim—Agency Workers Regulations 2010: hirer

[Insert in para 6.1 of claim form ET3:]

  1. 1

    It is admitted that the Claimant works as a [legal secretary] and it is admitted that the First Respondent is a temporary work agency. The Second Respondent has no knowledge of the nature of the Claimant's contract with the First Respondent and makes no admissions in that respect. It is admitted that there was an agreement between the First Respondent and Second Respondent for the Claimant to provide legal secretarial services to the Second Respondent.

  2. 2

    It is admitted that the Claimant commenced working on [insert date]. She underwent an induction process on [insert date], as part of which she was told that she would need a staff card to use some of the Second Respondent's facilities, including the staff canteen. She was told that she need to bring a passport-sized photo of herself to the HR department in order to obtain a staff card. No admissions are made as to the Claimant's experiences in the staff canteen on her second day of work but it is admitted that she then complained to the fee earner [insert name] about the fact that she had not been able to obtain lunch in the staff canteen. [Insert name] told her he