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27 Oct 2020
Almost two-thirds (64%) of businesses would support tightening employment laws to prevent worker exploitation.
This is according to a poll...
28 Sep 2020
Academic staff on precarious contracts fear they could lose their jobs if they refuse to teach at university face to face.
19 Aug 2020
Gig economy firms continue to fight legislation forcing them to treat their drivers as employees.
5 Aug 2020
The IWGB is calling on government to better enforce employment status laws after the union took CitySprint to tribunal three...
30 Jul 2020
A worker who claimed she was forced out of her role at HSBC after having an affair with a superior...
29 Jul 2020
Repeatedly raised concerns over gaps in support for workers and businesses during the coronavirus crisis continue to go unheeded, a...
20 Jul 2020
Four years in the making – final decision on the employment status of Uber drivers will have huge ramifications for the gig economy.
20 Jul 2020
'Landmark case' could have major ramification across hairdressing, beauty and other sectors where self employed contracts are used.
16 Jul 2020
There should be no further delay in addressing the long-standing ‘unfairness’ of contractors paying less tax than employees in situations...
2 Jul 2020
The changes to off-payroll working rules in the private sector, known as IR35, will go ahead in April 2021 after...
15 Jun 2020
Drawing narrow comparisons between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ types of work does nothing to help precarious workers, according to a panel...
1 Jun 2020
The government will offer self-employed workers a second and final grant in August, it has been confirmed.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak...
6 May 2020
The state of California is suing the ride-hailing technology companies Uber and Lyft for failing to provide benefits and protections...
1 May 2020
The European Court of Justice has provided some clarification around how ‘worker’ status is defined under EU law, but has...