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Track cyclist Jess Varnish was neither an employee of, nor a 'worker' at, British Cycling or UK Sport, an employment tribunal has ruled. 18 Jan 2019
A group of Uber drivers who challenged their employment status in the tribunals were 'workers', and so entitled to a minimum wage and paid holidays, the Court of Appeal has confirmed. 20 Dec 2018
This is one of a series of guides on issues connected to ring-fencing and banking reform faced by banks. Other guides cover issues such as asset transfers, tax, issues for directors, real estate, pensions, litigation, third party contracts and...
This guide was updated in September 2013
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in June 2011. Not everyone who works is an 'employee'. Often, workers set themselves up in business as consultants or independent contractors so...
The UK government has unveiled a revamp of employment laws designed to protect workers’ rights and address the development of a gig economy. 17 Dec 2018
ANALYSIS: A recent report from the National Audit Office (NAO) on the BBC's engagement with personal service companies (PSCs) contains valuable lessons for the private sector in relation to the roll out of new off-payroll working rules. 22 Nov 2018
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