Updated to reflect that the Supreme Court has granted Morrisons permission to appeal the Court of Appeal's decision in WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v Various claimants.
Updated to reflect that the right to an itemised pay statement has been extended to workers, from 6 April 2019.
Gig economy cases challenging employment status should be "fast-tracked" through the judicial system to ensure that exploitation of workers is tackled quickly and effectively, MP Frank Field has recommended.
The government has recently published a consultation paper with its proposals to extend off-payroll working rules to the private sector. Employers will need to take "reasonable care" that they have assessed employees' tax status, but what does that mean? Joe Tully, managing director of Brookson Legal Services, explains.
An engineer who won a Supreme Court case against Pimlico Plumbers - establishing that he was a worker and not self-employed - has lost his tribunal claim for £74,000 in holiday pay.
The Government consults on proposals to implement the reforms to the off-payroll working rules (IR35) for the private sector from April 2020.
A group of art lecturers who lost their jobs at the National Gallery have won their legal fight to be recognised as workers, allowing them to claim certain employment benefits such as holiday pay.
The creation of a new worker status by courier company Hermes could prove an important step in the evolution of gig economy workers' rights, argues Mike Hibbs from law firm Shakespeare Martineau.
Delivery firm Hermes has struck a "ground-breaking" deal with the GMB Union to give its couriers the option to receive guaranteed earnings and holiday pay.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment status.