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Employment

When Signed Agreements Fail

A recent finding of an Employment Tribunal has added fuel to the call for greater clarity concerning the definition of a “worker”. This case O’Eachtiarna and others v CitySprint (UK) involved five cycle couriers who were engaged by CitySprint. The couriers claimed they were entitled to holiday pay as they were “workers” for the company a point that was contested by the respondent.

Employment

2020 – Forthcoming Changes to UK Employment Law

We covered a number of the April 2020 changes at the end of last year but as ever its worth a further reminder just before they come into force.

Employment

2020 Vision – The Upcoming Changes to Employment Law

Find out about important upcoming changes to Employment Law coming in 2020.

Employment

Holiday Pay and Permanent Part Year Workers

In the case of Brazel v The Harpur Trust, the Court of Appeal recently ruled that the Working Time Regulation (WTR) approach to holiday pay, for permanent workers who only work part of the year, should be adopted and their leave allowance should not simply be pro-rated.

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