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An employer, for example, may have no formal agreement to provide employees with a reference when they leave the employment, but over time this has become an accepted course of conduct. In Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council v National Union of Teachers [1985] IRLR 211, the trade union instructed its members not to take part in certain voluntary activities including attending meetings outside of the teachers’ regular hours of work. In an action by the Council against the trade union for inducing the teachers to breach their contract, when considering a defence that these voluntary actions were not part of the contract, the court held that the duties undertaken were part of the contract.

Implied terms impose rights and obligations on the employer and employee. Contracts of employment are based on classic contractual principles such as freedom of contract, and indeed, the parties are free to identify the terms by which they are willing to be bound, and no one can be forced to agree to a contract to which he or she does not agree. However, it is always worth recognising the imbalance of the power relationship between the parties, and it would generally be the employer who decides on which terms the relationship will be based.

Definitive figures are difficult to obtain due to the problems in gathering and collating the information. The data provided in 2011–12, collated by the Ministry of Justice, identified that 159,000 respondent claimants had been represented in tribunal proceedings, and of those, 72,600 identified that they had been represented by a solicitor, a Law Centre or a Trade Association. In the same time period, 321,800 claims were accepted by employment tribunals. 21 22 Beginning Employment Law Employment Appeal Tribunal The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) is the body that hears appeals from employment tribunal awards.

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