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Uber drivers are “workers”; Employment Appeal Tribunal confirms today

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Today, the Employment Appeal Tribunal handed down its landmark decision in Aslam & Farrar v Uber confirming that Uber drivers are “workers” and entitled to be paid minimum wage, holiday pay and not be subjected to detriment if they blow the whistle. The judgment is here . Jason Galbraith-Marten QC and Sheryn Omeri represented the Claimant Uber ...
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Immigration Act 2016—language requirements for public sector workers

Immigration Act 2016—language requirements for public sector workers
Immigration analysis: What will the Immigration Act 2016 (IA 2016) mean in practice? Akua Reindorf, a barrister at Cloisters Chambers, considers the key provisions relating to language requirements for public sector workers. What are the main provisions relating to the English language requirement? The English and Welsh language requirement contain...
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