Category: International

Posted in European Union (EU)

Provisional Deal Reached on the EU Platform Work Directive, With Changes on Worker Classification Test, Stricter AI Rules

From JDSupra, Patty Shapiro and Justin Tarka discuss the proposed Platform Work Directive for the EU which…

Posted in United Kingdom

Employment Status – A View From Both Sides of the Pond

From JDSupra, Akshay Chauhan, Alex Fisher, and Robert Hale discuss classifying workers in the United States and…

Posted in United Kingdom

Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Says Independent Contractors have the Power of Substitution

From JDSupra, Roger James discusses a recent case in which the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom…

Posted in Canada

Meal Delivery Service’s Mandatory Arbitration Clause for Couriers Unconscionable: Manitoba (Canada) Court of Appeal

From JDSupra, Gary Clarke, Cheryl Rea, and Emily Tessier discuss a recent case in which a Canadian…

Posted in International

New Year, new Dutch employment law rules!

From JDSupra, Maria Benbrahim reports on Dutch employment law changes for 2024 including a proposal to clarify…

Posted in India Misclassification

India High Court held that an independent contractor does not come under the ambit of an employee

From Lexology, Manishi Pathak and Ranjan Jha discuss a recent case in which the court discussed the differences between…

Posted in Australia

The five red flags of wage non-compliance (Australia)

From JDSupra, Lauren Crossman and Chris Gardner offer their insights into red flags that might indicate non-compliance…

Posted in Australia

Closing loopholes or creating a noose?

From JDSupra, Chris Gardner and Henry Skene discuss the Closing Loopholes Bill that was introduced in Australia….

Posted in Canada

Ontario, Canada Appeal Court Finds Independent Contractors Have Duty to Mitigate Damages When Fixed-Term Contract is Terminated Early

From JDSupra, Rhonda Levy and George Vassos discuss a recent case in Ontario in which the court…

Posted in Australia

Australia: Contractor or employee: The contract reigns supreme

From Mondaq, Holding Redlich discusses a recent decision in which a written contract was the key factor…

Alberta Canada
Posted in Canada

Defining the Relationship: Independent Contractor or Employee?

From JDSupra, Madeleine Chauvet and de Lobe Lederman discusss a recent case in which the Alberta Court…

Posted in International Workers Compensation

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, whether dancers are employees after all?

From Lexology, Elsie Chan discusses whether dancers are employees are independent contractors. Elsie writes: More than half…