The Supreme Court has upheld an employment tribunal’s decision that a plumber was a limb (b) worker.

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Hot employment law topics in 2018 will be the General Data Protection Regulation, the gig economy, gender pay gap reporting and of course Brexit.

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The European Court of Justice has held that the right to paid annual leave under the Working Time Directive carries over indefinitely where the employer refuses to give paid annual leave.

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An employment tribunal has held that drivers described as being “self employed” were in fact workers and that the periods for which they should have been paid were the periods when they were logged into the company’s internal driver portal…

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HM Revenue and Customs has released an employment status indicator interactive online tool.

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Acas has published new guidance on employment status.

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The Court of Appeal has held that an individual was a worker rather than “self employed” as his contract suggested.

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An employment tribunal has ruled that a cycle courier for Citysprint was a worker, rather than a self-employed contractor.

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