Monthly Archives: October 2016

Why Uber lost in the Employment Tribunal

  Uber drivers are not employees and don’t let anyone tell you different. On the other hand,  in Aslam & others v Uber BV and others the Tribunal did hold that they were ‘workers’. Being a worker is different from being an employee. … Continue reading

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Theresa May is Reviewing the Situation

This week sees the Conservative Party Conference and it is pretty clear that part of the PM’s strategy is to position the Tories as the natural home of those who care about fairness and social justice but think that Jeremy … Continue reading

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