Agency Workers: Moving Forward?. Professor Jeff Kenner School of Law University of Nottingham. Agency workers – problems with the existing law. triangular relationships (agency, worker, end-user) – do not fit with two-sided employment contracts
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Professor Jeff Kenner
School of Law
University of Nottingham
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“The basic working and employment conditions of temporary agency workers shall be, for the duration of their assignment at a user undertaking, at least those that would apply if they had been recruited directly by that undertaking to occupy the same job.”
Legally binding general provisions “in force in the user undertaking” relating to: