• 22 Nov 2017

Failure to evidence right to work

Can dismissing an employee who isn't subject to immigration control, but can't provide documentary proof, be fair under s98(2)(d) Employment Rights Act, for con...

  • 22 Nov 2017

Applications open to all for employment tribunal fees refund scheme

Last month we saw the opening stage of the phased implementation of the employment tribunal fees refund scheme. This has been successfully completed and anyone ...

  • 21 Nov 2017

Draft bill takes forward key recommendations from Taylor Review

Two Select Committees have put forward a draft bill to Parliament which is intended to provide clarity on employment status and close the loopholes that can all...

  • 21 Nov 2017

Why the Deliveroo ruling against worker status is a ‘one-off’

Last week, the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) published a ruling on worker status that appears at first glance to go against the current trend of Employmen...

  • 10 Nov 2017

Working 12 consecutive days without a weekly rest break is permissible

This employment law case involves a redundant casino worker in Portugal who claimed his employer had not given him a weekly rest period of 24 hours after six co...

  • 10 Nov 2017

Deliveroo riders take first step in legal challenge for employment rights

Deliveroo riders claim that they are entitled to rights including the national minimum wage and holiday pay; law firm Leigh Day has confirmed that they have iss...