News and articles – Employment Law Advice — Employees
The next instalment of “gig economy” case law hit the legal press yesterday as the Addison Lee couriers joined Uber drivers and Pimlico Plumbers as “workers” within the meaning of the Working Time Regulations 1998, following an Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling.
Since the introduction of shared parental leave and pay in 2015, there has been much discussion about whether companies with enhanced maternity packages are legally obliged to match those benefits for anyone taking shared parental leave.
Recruitment processes can only tell you so much about a job applicant. If an individual is active on social media, surely it is prudent for recruiting employers to examine their online profile to find out more?