Settlement Agreement Before Tupe

However, the agreement did not contain two other potential parties against whom the worker could have been allowed to assert rights. The EAT decided that the rights against these parties could continue to be invoked on the basis that the scope of the agreement applied only to the original employer and could not be implicitly applied to others. Most labour law rights can only be settled in this way, for example unjustified dismissal, discrimination, etc.

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