Employment Relationship in UK Law
- Ending The Employment Relationship - Government Consultation
Renewal of the Dutch DBA law: introduction of a web module to assess the existence of an employment relationship with self-employed persons
Under the Deregulation Act (in Dutch: “Wet Deregulering Beoordeling Arbeidsrelaties” (DBA Law)), companies and self-employed persons are jointly responsible for the labor relationship they enter in...
Owner-Employee Contracts – A New Kind of Employment Relationship?
The new owner-employee contracts announced on 8 October 2012 by George Osborne at the Conservative Party conference are likely to be of interest to small or fast-growing businesses with a need to i...
- The Rise Of Social Media And The Impact On The Employment Relationship
Webinar: Setting off on the right foot – key concerns about starting the employment relationship in the UK
Squire Patton Boggs and pre-employment screening specialists ADP present a webinar focussing on the common issues arising at the start of the employment process. On 10 October 2017 at 4.00 p.m. UK ...
- The Relationship Between Marital Breakdown And Loss Of Employment In The UK
New EAT employee status decision fails to make a virtue out of necessity (UK)
There is a long-established legal principle that you can only imply an employment relationship in the face of a contract saying something different if it is necessary to do so, i.e. if the found fa...
No Stick Without a Carrot: UK Court Refuses to Enforce Post-Employment Restrictive Covenants
The recent decision of the High Court in Re-use Collections Limited v. Sendall & May Glass Recycling Ltd. serves as a useful reminder for employers: restrictive covenants introduced during the empl...
What protection do employees have from discrimination on grounds of gender in the UK?
Although discrimination on grounds of gender – or sex – regarding pay and other contractual terms of employment was first made unlawful in Great Britain in 1970 under the Equal Pay Act, sex discrim...
Supreme Court decision on whether Deliveroo Riders are workers
The Supreme Court in the UK has held that food delivery riders (Riders) were not in an ‘employment relationship’ for the purposes of Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights, meaning t...
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