Consistent Group Ltd v Kalwak and others: CA 29 Apr 2008

The court was asked whether the claimants were either employees or workers of the company. They had been engaged to wash cars under nil-hours contracts.
May LJ, Wilson LJ,Rimer LJ
[2008] EWCA Civ 430, [2008] IRLR 505
Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 152
England and Wales
CitedConsistent Group Ltd v Kalwak and others EAT 18-May-2007
EAT CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT – Definition of employee
Employment tribunal concluded in the particular circumstances of the case that an agency supplying workers to a third party had entered into contracts of . .
Application for leaveConsistent Group Ltd v Kalwak and Another CA 18-Sep-2007
Renewed application for permission to appeal. . .

Cited by:
CitedLaunahurst Ltd v Larner EAT 18-Aug-2009
EAT JURISDICTIONAL POINTS: Worker, employee or neither
For 13 years the Claimant worked installing double glazing for the Respondent. In 2004 he signed a ‘contract supply agreement’ though matters continued . .
CitedAutoclenz Ltd v Belcher and Others CA 13-Oct-2009
Car Valeters contracts misdescribed their Duties
The claimants worked cleaning cars for the appellants. They said that as workers they were entitled to holiday pay. The appellant said they were self-employed.
Held: The contract purported to give rights which were not genuine, and the . .
CitedAutoclenz Ltd v Belcher and Others SC 27-Jul-2011
Car Cleaning nil-hours Contractors were Workers
The company contracted with the claimants to work cleaning cars. The company appealed against a finding that contrary to the explicit provisions of the contracts, they were workers within the Regulations and entitled to holiday pay and associated . .

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Updated: 20 September 2021; Ref: scu.267228