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The Supreme Court has ruled that a freelance plumber was entitled to workers’ rights, following a lengthy dispute over employment status with Pimlico Plumbers.
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2018, solicitor Jenny Hawrot in our employment team outlines some key considerations for employers who wish to improve wellbeing in the workplace.
The government has published a response to last year’s ‘Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices’. Employment law partner Matthew Clayton asks: will it lead to positive actions, or is it just empty promises?
As of 6 April this year, the government is changing how payments in lieu of notice (PILONs) are treated for tax. Matthew Clayton explains why these new rules are likely to make severances more costly for employers.
Last summer saw the abolition of employment tribunal fees, leading some to predict that numbers of claims may increase. Initial reports suggest that this may be ringing true, says Helen Howes in our employment law team.
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