Employment Law Updates
More Trouble at the Building Site
In a previous news release, we drew attention to the fact that the Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) had observed that the construction industry was a fertile area for anti-competitive behaviour. The CMA has now fined five office fit-out firms £7 million for breaking competition laws.   The five –...
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Employment Law Updates
Workplace Rights If There’s A No Deal Brexit
It is likely that you will have seen or heard that the Government published guidance on how to prepare for a no deal Brexit. With a large amount of employment law stemming from Europe, what rights will remain and what will change with Brexit is a concern for many businesses....
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Employment Law Updates
“I thought they were self-employed, so I didn’t pay them holiday!”
The now famous case of the Pimlico Plumbers, which we have reported on twice already when in the lower courts, has now been heard in the Supreme Court and there are no surprises in the judgement. This was a case of a plumbing company who used what it thought were self-employed...
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