Monthly Archives: November 2016

Employment Status: Uber Drivers are Workers

The Employment Tribunal has determined that Uber Drivers are Workers within the definition of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA) and as such are entitled to limited rights including the National Minimum Wage and 5.6 weeks paid holiday. The judge … Continue reading

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Trye v UKME: Clarity over previous disciplinary warnings

Background Trye (“the Claimant”) was issued with a final written warning for various acts of misconduct which included failure to follow company procedures. The Claimant then committed another act of misconduct resulting in her dismissal, following a disciplinary hearing, for … Continue reading

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Equal Pay Comparators: Store Workers can compare themselves to Depot Workers

  Background “Men and Women should receive equal pay for equal work of equal value” is the principle of Article 157 of the European Treaty on the Functioning of the EU (TFEU) and this is emphasised in the Equality Act … Continue reading

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