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10 November 2017
Line of cars
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has agreed with the Employment Tribunal’s ruling that Uber drivers are workers, and so benefit from all associated rights.
28 July 2017
Care
In May we reported on the Employment Appeal Tribunal decision that where a care worker was doing time/salaried work, even if they are asleep, they are working.
26 July 2017
Employment-news
In a landmark ruling over employee’s access to justice, the Supreme Court has ruled that tribunal fees are unlawful.
15 June 2017
Father and baby
The Employment Tribunal has held that a male employee was entitled to the same amount of pay as a woman on maternity leave when exercising his right to shared parental leave.
26 January 2017
The Employment Tribunal has again decided that a so called ‘gig economy’ cycle courier was a “worker” and as such can claim certain employment protections.
07 October 2016
Lock v British Gas
In the case of Lock v British Gas the Court of Appeal has upheld that commission payments should be taken into account when calculating holiday pay.
28 June 2016
Employment-bulletin
If an employer imposes a dress code which bans the wearing of a headscarf, will this constitute religious discrimination?
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