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Editor's message: The working relationship and arrangements between an individual and the organisation for whom he or she works will determine the employment status of the individual and that status is key to determining his or her entitlement to key employment rights.
Disputes about status often arise, with individuals claiming to be employees when the employer has been regarding them as workers or self-employed. Employers cannot necessarily rely on written agreements purporting to deny employment status if these do not reflect the true situation and employment tribunals and courts will look at what has been happening in practice, in the event of a claim.
Sarah Anderson, employment law editor
We discuss Matthew Taylor's review of modern employment practices which outlined seven key principles for "good quality work for all".
Consultant editor Darren Newman looks at the proposals in the Taylor review to clarify employment status.
Updated to include information on recommendations relating to employment status in the Taylor review of modern working practices.
Matthew Taylor's review of modern employment practices has been published, outlining seven key principles for "good quality work for all".
The long-awaited Taylor review of modern employment practices emerged today, introduced at a press conference hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May, who promised to look at its recommendations "very carefully and seriously".
Any much-anticipated report is likely to divide opinion, and the Taylor review of modern working practices is no different. Rob Moss relays comment from employers, unions, employment lawyers and others on the recommendations of today's review.
Food delivery company Deliveroo has announced plans to offer its self-employed couriers sick pay as it calls on the Government to change the law surrounding worker status in the gig economy.
Many "gig economy" workers are confused about employment status and fear that raising concerns about it could affect their job prospects, according to Acas.
We provide a mid-year round-up of key employment law cases in 2017.
London-based Addison Lee is the latest taxi and courier company to have its drivers' worker status called into question at the Central London Employment Tribunal.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment status.