Showing 10 of 139 items


Uber loses employment tribunal appeal

The company lost its appeal to overturn a ruling that will grant its drivers rights including holiday pay and the national minimum wage

10 November 2017

GMB threatens TfL with legal action over Uber

Union warns Transport for London of legal action if Uber’s licence renewed without ensuring workers' rights

16 May 2017

Pimlico Plumbers to fight employment case in Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will decide if a plumber was a worker or independent contractor

20 February 2018

MPs slam employment practices of gig economy

Uber, Amazon, Hermes and Deliveroo are passing the financial buck to the government with "bogus" employment loopholes

2 May 2017

Date for statutory instruments

Friday 6 April sees statutory instruments come into effect

26 March 2012

Unison wins landmark employment rights case

The trade union wins its appeal against employment tribunal fees in the Supreme Court

26 July 2017

Employment rights boosted to help gig economy

Measures include entitlement to holiday and sick pay for those working in the gig economy

7 February 2018

Mencap case raises questions about HMRC naming and shaming

Decision that carers on sleep-in shifts not entitled to NMW brings HMRC actions into question

8 hours ago

Pimlico Plumbers wins right to appeal employment case

Supreme Court to hear Pimlico Plumbers’ appeal against finding that self-employed plumber in fact employee

8 August 2017

Pimlico Plumbers loses landmark employment appeal

Gary Smith wins legal battle over rights for self-employed workers in UK Supreme Court

13 June 2018

Showing 10 of 139 items