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Latest update on worker status and top tips

Latest update on worker status and top tips

Uber drivers are entitled to be treated as workers according to a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision.  This decision upholds the detailed Employment Tribunal judgment in the same case last year and gives the drivers rights to holiday pay, rest breaks and minimum wage.  This decision is the latest in a series of cases which have tended to fall in favour of the employees.

As an employer, you need to be aware of the employment status of individuals working for you.  Each case will depend on how you and they work together.  A wide range of factors are taken into account.  We’ve summarised this, and top tips about the contracts and arrangements you need to put in place for the self employed, workers and employees in a handy download.

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