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Jefferson: Employment Law Concentrate 5e

Diagnostic test - where do I need to concentrate?

Instructions

Answer the following questions and then press 'Submit' to get your score.

Question 1

Chapter 1. Why is it necessary to distinguish employees from other types of worker?

Question 2

Chapter 1. How relevant is the declared intention of the parties in determining whether or not a contract of employment exists?

Question 3

Chapter 1. Are agency workers

Question 4

Chapter 2. When does an employer have a duty to provide an employee with work?

Question 5

Chapter 2. At common law what is the standard of care owed to an employee by employer?

Question 6

Chapter 2. Which of the following can an employee who is unfairly dismissed for making a protected disclosure be awarded?

Question 7

Chapter 3. An employer who makes an overpayment may recover it if there was which of the following?

Question 8

Chapter 3. The National Minimum Wage Act (NMWA) contains a presumption that:

Question 9

Chapter 3. Who are NMWA enforcement notices issued by?

Question 10

Chapter 4. In a redundancy exercise is it possible to take into account an employee's disability without it amounting to disability discrimination?

Question 11

Chapter 4. Are any special measures needed when interviewing a disabled person for a job?

Question 12

Chapter 4. The Equality Act is about making sure that women are not discriminated against when compared with men. Is this statement correct?

Question 13

Chapter 5. What do we mean by a comparative model of justice in respect of direct discrimination?

Question 14

Chapter 5. 'If you make a complaint of discrimination against your employer, you may well find future promotion opportunities are blocked when compared to others who have never complained; and the law will do little to help you.' Is this correct?

Question 15

Chapter 5. Can an Employment Tribunal make suggestions as to how an employer should act in the future?

Question 16

Chapter 6. Is it possible for an employee on maternity leave to come back to work, in order to keep in touch, without compromising her maternity leave entitlement?

Question 17

Chapter 6. 'The maximum age of a child for whom parental leave can be taken is 18 years old.' Is this statement correct?

Question 18

Chapter 6. Are parents allowed time off to deal with child care emergencies?

Question 19

Chapter 7. A night worker's normal hours must not exceed in a reference period an average of how many hours?

Question 20

Chapter 7. Adult workers are entitled to a rest period of at least how many hours?

Question 21

Chapter 7. How much can a tribunal award where an employee's right to take time off to look for work is infringed?

Question 22

Chapter 8. Breach of contract claims must normally be taken to an employment tribunal within what time period?

Question 23

Chapter 8. A summary dismissal occurs when:

Question 24

Chapter 8. Where a constructive dismissal is alleged it is :

Question 25

Chapter 9. What is the legal effect of the ACAS Code of Practice?

Question 26

Chapter 9. Failure to comply with a re-employment order may result in an additional award of how much?

Question 27

When must a claim for unfair dismissal normally arrive at an ET?

Question 28

Chapter 10. What is seniority assumed to be based on in relation to selection for redundancy?

Question 29

Chapter 10. If the employer is proposing to dismiss 100 or more employees at one establishment within 90 days or less:

Question 30

Chapter 10. A statutory redundancy payment is calculated on the basis of which of the following?

Question 31

Chapter 11. If an employee had 104 weeks' service, but had been on strike for two of those weeks, would he or she qualify to claim two years' continuity of employment?

Question 32

Chapter 11. In the context of the TUPE Regulations when does a service provision change take place?

Question 33

Chapter 11. When should information about the transfer be communicated to employees or their representatives?

Question 34

Chapter 12. What criteria are used to assess whether a trade union is independent?

Question 35

Chapter 12. Are there occasions when employers are not required to provide information to employee representatives within the context of collective bargaining?

Question 36

Chapter 12. What is the 'golden formula'?