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This last month has seen a number of updates in employment law, which of course, include Covid-19. We expect that there will continue to be new updates as the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown progresses and the furlough scheme ends in September 2021. COVID-19 With the Government’s spring roadmap...Read more
Last week saw a number of updates to employment law in relation to employment status and, of course, issues arising out of Covid-19. Employment status Following the landmark ruling made in Uber BV and others v Aslam and others, the Employment Appeals Tribunal has begun following the ruling in...Read more
On Friday 19th February 2021, the Supreme Court handed down Judgment in the long-running legal saga of Uber v Aslam. The legal battle that has taken place over the last 6 years, and the Supreme Court has found that Uber drivers are in fact workers, not self-employed contractors. The...Read more
The gender pay gap continues to be a really hot topic, particularly in light of the recent deadline to file updated reports; for private companies and charities this was 4th April 2019, and the 30th March 2019 for public sector organisations. Mandatory pay gap reporting was actually introduced in 2017,...Read more
The current ongoing uncertainty in respect of Brexit continues to impact all sectors of the UK economy. The effect is, in particular, being felt in the financial services sector. Many financial services institutions are taking steps to implement Brexit contingencies, particularly by relocating parts of their services to areas...Read more
With the possibility of Brexit growing ever closer, concerns are growing over what the impact will be on employment law in the UK if and when we leave the European Union. Whilst at this stage nothing is set in stone, the government has published a White Paper which provides...Read more