Caspar Glyn QC from Cloisters (Emplaw Online authors) explains the holiday pay decision in C‑214/16 King v The Sash Windows Workshop Limited handed down on 27th November and considers whether it might be the decision that turns the claims for worker status from a trickle into a flood.
Click here for the November 2017 edition of Emplaw Monthly which reviews the latest employment law news including the ICO advice line service on GDPR, the refund scheme for ET/EAT fees and a summary of Acas mental health guidance - as well as links to latest articles including Budget Highlights for Employment Specialists and Uber drivers are "workers" but Deliveroo riders are not - what's the difference?, plus summaries of the latest key cases (for subscribers).
The Central Arbitration Committee has found that Deliveroo riders are not 'workers', yet the week before, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the tribunal's finding that Uber drivers were workers. Emplaw Online authors WLG consider why there is a difference between the two cases and what this means for future developments in the employment landscape.
Click here for the End of October 2017 edition of Emplaw Monthly which reviews the latest employment law news including recommendations for employers when dealing with mental health from the Stevenson / Farmer review plus Acas guidance and information on the tribunal fee refund scheme and video suggesting fees may return - as well as links to latest articles including Vaping in the Workplace plus an invitation to a free seminar on incentivising employees and summaries of the latest key cases (for subscribers).