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Employment e-briefings

2017

Welcome to our Employment e-Briefings. These are articles on particular judgments or upcoming changes to employment law that we feel will be most relevant to our clients and their businesses. If you would like to receive a notification whenever we post a new article then please sign up to our mailing list here. We hope you find these articles useful.

Kelly Sayers

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Deliveroo 1 Uber 0

The latest on worker status in the gig economy, and why Uber drivers are workers and Deliveroo riders are not Introduction On 10 November 2017, the Employment Appeal Tribunal published its judgment in Uber BV & others v Aslam & others [2017] UKEAT/0056/17/DA, which concluded ... Read more

Uber Appeal Fails: what next for Uber?

Introduction The Employment Appeal Tribunal has handed down its judgement in Uber’s appeal against last summer's finding in the Employment Tribunal that its drivers are workers. This is the latest victory for those campaigning to ensure that workers in the so-called gig economy have ... Read more

Thriving at Work – the Stevenson/Farmer review of mental health and employers

Background In January 2017 the Prime Minister commissioned Paul Farmer, Chief Executive of Mind, and Lord Dennis Stevenson, former Chairman of HBOS (amongst other things), to undertake an independent review into how employers can better support and promote the mental health of their staff. ... Read more

GDPR and The Data Protection Bill: Putting the puzzle together

Introduction We were all getting used to the idea of the GDPR, and how it would affect us, when Brexit came along and threw considerable uncertainty on what would happen and when. The picture then became more complicated when, in the Summer, the Government ... Read more

Workplace email monitoring: employers must have clear policies in place

Quick Summary:   In this judgment on workplace monitoring, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights overturned an earlier judgment by the European Court of Human Rights. The original judgment potentially lowered the bar for employers to monitor the contents of ... Read more

Kelly Sayers

Partner - Head of Employment Services

e ksayers@prettys.co.uk

t 01473 298291

Matthew Cole

Employment Partner

e mcole@prettys.co.uk

t 01473 298221

 

 

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