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Court of Appeal reverses sleep-in shift back pay decision

The Court of Appeal has reversed the £400m minimum wage back-pay bill to care providers. This means...

Tribunal says Hermes couriers are workers not self-employed

An employment tribunal in Leeds has ruled that a group of Hermes couriers are workers, not self-employed. The...

Supreme Court unanimously rules against Pimlico Plumbers Ltd

The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed the appeal by Pimlico Plumbers in its landmark gig economy case. The...

Wage growth slows while unemployment rate remains record low

Women taking part-time jobs accounts for the biggest proportion of new jobs in the last year, according...

Whistleblowing couriers launch legal claim against Amazon

Whistleblowing delivery drivers are taking legal action against Amazon on the charge of bogus self-employment. The latest gig-economy...

Latest: new government guidance on dress codes

The government has published its new guidance: Dress codes and sex discrimination – what you need to...

Strong growth in the demand for labour, says new study

There will be strong growth in the demand for labour in the second quarter of 2018, according...

New salaried Judges is a “welcome move” say lawyers

The news that the Ministry of Justice is appointing 54 new salaried Judges for employment tribunals across...

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