In the on-going Uber drivers’ case, the recent landmark decision of the Supreme Court has changed the approach that Employment Tribunals and Courts should take in determining whether gig economy and other workers are genuinely self- employed, statutory Workers or employees. How will tribunals now decide future cases regarding employment status for workers of businesses in the ‘gig economy’ and other areas of industry. Who is, or is not, an employee, a worker or genuinely self-employed? In this webinar, we will consider how you should contract with your workforce going forward.
We will identify the relative risks you should be aware of in engaging with employees, limb b workers, atypical workers, such as agency temps, casuals and, of course, the genuinely self- employed. We will provide suggestions as to how to manage such risks.
David Ludlow, Employment Partner at Moore Barlow will present recent decisions on employment status and Esmat Faiz, Solicitor, will take you through some key points to consider in relation to your business.
There will also be a Q&A at the end of the webinar - chaired by Katherine Maxwell.
This webinar is aimed at HR representatives, managers, directors and business owners.