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UK: Uber Loses Appeal Over Characterization Of Drivers As "Workers"

by Fisher Phillips on

Uber drivers in the UK are “workers” entitled to earn at least the national minimum wage and enjoy other statutory benefits and protections an Employment Appeals Tribunal (“EAT”) held on November 9, upholding the decision of...more

Clarification Of The Extension Of Time Limits Following Early Conciliation

by Dentons on

The effect of Acas early conciliation on extending the time limit for bringing an employment tribunal claim has been clarified by the recent decision in Fergusson v. Combat Stress (unreported). Under the relevant provisions...more

A growing gig economy

by Dentons on

In Boxer v. Excel Group Services Ltd ET/3200365/2016, Mr Boxer brought a successful claim against Excel Group Services Ltd (Excel) for one week’s holiday pay. Mr Boxer had been a cycle courier for Excel since September 2013....more

CitySprint courier delivered employee status by employment tribunal

by Dentons on

In another case focusing on the gig economy, the London Central Employment Tribunal has ruled that a CitySprint bike courier was a worker under the Employment Rights Act 1996. In Dewhurst v CitySprint UK Ltd, the...more

A Month in UK Employment Law - November 2016

by Proskauer Rose LLP on

Taxation of termination payments draft legislation published - At present, in certain circumstances the first £30,000 of a termination payment is exempt from income tax and national insurance ("NIC"). However, there have...more

UK Employment Tribunal Decides That Uber Drivers Are Not Self-Employed Contractors

In a decision that may have implications for other companies in the “gig economy,” an employment tribunal in the United Kingdom has ruled that drivers who provide services to Uber, a ride-sharing service, are not...more

UK Employment Law Round Up - August 2016 | Volume 1 - Issue 8

by Dentons on

In this month's issue we consider the case of Dronsfield v. University of Reading, in particular the EAT's observations in that case about how disciplinary investigations should be conducted and the role of HR in finalising...more

Whistleblowing: An Employer’s Guide To Global Compliance

by DLA Piper on

In This Issue: - Foreword - A Summary Across Five Continents - Law and Sanctions - The Legislative Framework: Whistleblower Protections Across the Globe - Global Differences: The Cultural...more

Harassment and Political Belief

by Dechert LLP on

In the case Henderson v GMB, the UK's Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) had to consider whether the claimant had been subjected to harassment related to his beliefs. The claimant in the case was a trade union official who had...more

New York City Commission on Human Rights Releases New York City Human Rights Law Pregnancy and Employment Rights Poster

As reported last month, effective January 30, 2014, the New York City Human Rights Law will require employers to provide reasonable accommodations to pregnant workers. The City Council included in that new law a requirement...more

Employee Shareholders: It's Happening, but What Does it Mean?

by Morgan Lewis on

New Growth and Infrastructure Act introduces employee shareholder provisions that are expected to come into force later this year. On 25 April, the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 came into effect and, among other...more

UK Employment Reforms in 2013

by White & Case LLP on

The UK’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has issued the ‘Fifth Statement of New Regulations’ (the “Statement”), which provides details of regulatory reforms and implementation dates for 2013. Whilst the...more

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