Uber drivers in the UK will now be entitled to the national minimum wage, holiday pay and rest breaks after being officially classed as workers rather than self-employed by the Supreme Court.
Following recent focus on the BBC's new stance on presenters' use of social media, David Lorimer and Abigail Cannon of Fieldfisher delve into whether employers can police the social media content of...
Companies need to be careful not to make mistakes when submitting furlough claims to HMRC, law firm Wright Hassall has warned.
COVID- 19 is presenting a global challenge on a scale that has not been seen in a generation. The extended lockdown is likely to reduce demand in some sectors even further.
The Government’s framework to tackle tax avoidance by those in ‘off-payroll’ working has not worked properly in its 20-year history.
COVID- 19 is presenting a global challenge on a scale that has not been seen in a generation. The effect on business has already been seismic.
Employers across the UK are naturally preoccupied with the COVID-19 outbreak at present.
No, declared the Supreme Court in a decision handed down yesterday (1 April).
Ride-hailing company Uber is reportedly trying to establish a new category to exonerate itself of any responsibility for its employees