EMPLOYMENT LAW ASSIGNMENT 1 SITUATION You work as a legal adviser at the practice of Chancer and Dodge. There are currently a number of files on your desk which require your urgent attention. File 1 Recently, a member of the public, Valerie Reid, sustained personal injuries Whilst attending Nabbey bank to conduct some business. Whilst on the premises, she tripped over some cable attached to the computers used by the cashiers. At the time, Jamie Conway was working on the premises updating the hardware for those computers, hence the reason for the loose cables. Jamie has worked at various branches of Nabbey for the past two years. He has paid his own tax and national insurance contributions, and has not taken any holidays whilst working for the bank. In your capacity as legal advisor for the bank, write a report covering the following points: 1. An assessment of the employment status of Jamie 2. As to whether the bank bears any liability for the injuries sustained by Valerie Reid FILE 2 You have been invited to be a guest speaker at nearby Bakefield College. You will be talking to a group of business students who no prior legal knowledge on various aspects of contracts of employment. The detail of your brief is as follows : Prepare brief notes for a presentation covering the following : i) Summarise the basic principles of law covering the creation of a contract of employment ii) In relation to obligations affecting employers , identify a) Those terms which are generally held to be implied Into a contract of employment b) The various ways in which both express and implied Terms can be incorporated into a contract of employment File 3 Up until 4 months ago, Jason King was on the books of the “Mpower” Employment agency. Jason worked for this agency over a number of years, carrying out many assignments for different organisations. Unfortunately, the agency became insolvent, and Jason had to leave, whilst still being owed money for his last assignment. Three months ago, Jason started another job, working for Bovan Furniture manufacturers. However, it was only last week that he received a document Titled “Particulars of Your Employment”. Jason noticed that this statement contained no details of place of work, notice periods, or holidays Jason now seeks your advice on a number of points : i) Was he ever actually an employee at the Mpower agency ? If so, he would be able to claim redundancy pay. ii) Has he actually received a contract of employment from Bovan ? iii) what legal remedy does he have in relation to the missing items on the document which he has received ?