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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…

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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…

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IR35 reform U-turn

From JDSupra, Peter Summerfield, David von Hagen, and Ellie Serridge report that the announced reforms to IR35…

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UK Independent Contractor Misclassification Issues

From JDSupra, Nick Elwell-Sutton provides an excellent overview of the complexity of the categorization of workers in…

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U.K.: Worker Status Does Not Depend on a Requirement for a Minimum Amount of Work

From JDSupra, Sinead Cuthill, Alex Denny, and Emma Vennesson discuss a recent case in which a worker…

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UK – Important Court of Appeal Decision on Historic Holiday Pay Claims 

From JDSupra, Marie Hoolihan and Jules Quinn discuss a recent case in the United Kingdom in which…

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UK – Status of Workers Bill passes from the Lords to the Commons

The Institute of Employment Rights (IER) reported that Andy McDonald MP introduced the Status of Workers Bill…

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Countries around the world advancing benefits and protections for gig workers

From The Strait Times, Eileen Ng discusses changes to the gig economy model that are taking place…

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UK: What employers need to know when establishing worker status

From People Management,  Nuri Mirwani discusses a recent case in which a worker was found to be…