In Reid v North West Ceilings Ltd t/a Shopspec, the EAT holds that a shopfitter/joiner, with supervisory responsibilities, fell into the now well-recognised category of employees on the "lump", despite the fact that both he and his employer had treated him as self-employed for tax and NI purposes.
The EAT finds a tribunal's decision 'perverse' in failing to follow established guidelines when determining a plaintiff's employment status. Plus cases on TUPE, race discrimination and victimisation.
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