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  • News - Changes to itemised pay statements
    Two new statutory Orders are to change the law on itemised pay statements, or payslips. What do they say and, if they apply to any members of your workforce, when will you need to comply with them?
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  • News - Uber loses appeal over its cab drivers’ employment status
    In October 2016 the employment tribunal held that Uber drivers are “workers” for employment law purposes. Uber appealed to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) which has now dismissed that appeal and agreed with the tribunal. What did the EAT say and what could happen next in this saga?
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  • News - Employment tribunal holds that CitySprint bicycle courier is a worker
    Following hot on the heels of the employment tribunal decision in the Uber case in October 2016, the London Central employment tribunal has now held that a CitySprint bicycle courier is a “worker” and so entitled to holiday pay. What were the facts of this case and what are the implications for the so-called gig economy?
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  • News - Employment tribunal holds that Uber cab drivers are workers
    In July 2016 we advised you about an important forthcoming employment tribunal case involving Uber cab drivers. The employment tribunal has now given its decision and held that Uber drivers are “workers” for employment law purposes. What are the implications and what’s likely to happen next?
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  • News - The employment status of Uber taxi drivers
    Uber, the company which allows users to book and pay for a cab using a smartphone app, has been taken to an employment tribunal by drivers who are arguing that it is acting unlawfully by not offering them employment rights such as holiday pay and not paying them the national minimum wage. What's the dispute all about?
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