A different kind of gig
A different kind of gig… The gig economy, characterised by short-term contracts and freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs, […]
Flurry of amendments proposed to employment law legislation In our recent blog we looked at proposed changes to the law […]
Would the removal of “worker” status affect the STEM sector’s workforce?
Would the removal of “worker” status affect the STEM sector’s workforce? In recent years, the use of casual staff has […]
Vicarious Liability - The Question of Connection
Vicarious Liability – The Question of Connection Is an employer liable for “grooming” carried out by a work experience student […]
Agency Workers Update The law gives significant protection to agency workers (individuals supplied to a business by an employment agency, […]
Employment Status – Genuine Self-Employment The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) has issued another judgement on the current hot topic of […]
When is a driver a “worker”? One of the current “hot topics” in employment law, with the emergence of the […]