Uber to Pay Drivers Minimum Wage, Holiday Pay & Pensions

Mar 17, 2021 After losing it's lengthy Supreme Court battle just less than one month ago, Uber have announced it will give its 70,000 UK drivers a guaranteed minimum wage, holiday pay and

Uber Loses Landmark Supreme Court Battle Over Workers Rights

Feb 20, 2021 Uber has lost its battle in the Supreme Court over drivers' rights - a decision that could have far-reaching implications for millions of people working in the gig econo

2019 Budget: National Living Wage set to increase by almost 5%

Oct 31, 2018 The National Living Wage, which is the statutory minimum wage for those aged 25 and over, has to rise to £8.21ph from April 2019 – which means an additional £690 annually for low paid workers.

Employment Tribunal Guidance for Employers

Oct 03, 2018 The Employment Tribunals (ET) are an independent judicial body established to resolve disputes over employment rights between employers and employees. Claims likely to be heard in the ET will involve

Time off for dependants: advice for employers

Aug 03, 2018 From the first day of employment all employees have the right to time off to care for a dependant. Under s57a and s57b of the Employment Rights Act, all employees are entitled to a “reasonable” am

Understanding Employment Status , The Risks of Getting it Wrong and What You Can Do To Avoid Them

Jun 22, 2018 UK employment laws are extremely complex and with the government introducing regular changes, many UK employers often struggle to keep up to date and keep their business compliant. The though