The Appeal Tribunal has provided guidance for employers as to how long they have before they need to provide their employees with a written statement of the particulars of their employment. Commonly believed to be 2 months, the EAT has confirmed that it is in fact less than that. Read More Read more>>
The Appeal Tribunal has ruled that someone taken on as self employed as a courier, was in fact a worker and entitled to minimum wage and paid holidays, potentially back to 1996. In reaching this decision, the court took into account the workers obligation to accept assignments when logged on, and the fact that a DBS check was required, which it said indicated Worker status.