Employment law

Employment Law Updated: Identifying the correct Employment Status

Employment Law Updated: Identifying the correct Employment Status

28th February, 2019

Over the last year the employment law spotlight has often focused on what is known as the ‘gig economy’ with several cases finding individuals to be inappropriately identified as having self-employed employment status, where the reality is that they have worker or employed status. Find out more...

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Employment Law Update: The impact of abolishing tribunal fees

Employment Law Update: The impact of abolishing tribunal fees

19th December, 2018

The implementation of tribunal fees under the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order 2013 brought about a significant reduction in the number of single and multiple claims being submitted. Read about the implications for employers in this month's article.

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