The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) - What You Need to Know
The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 (SI 2017/172) come into force on 6 April 2017. The Regulations require large private and voluntary sector employers (those with 250 employees or more) in England, Scotland and Wales to take a ‘snapshot’ of data on 5 April 2017 and use this data to calculate their mean and median gender pay and bonus gaps.
Deliveroo Riders Plan Legal Action Over Employment Rights
Deliveroo riders say that they are employees rather than self-employed contractors and are therefore entitled to employment rights. The riders are seeking compensation for not receiving holiday pay and for being paid wages below the legal minimum for employees. Deliveroo riders are recruited by the company, following an interview, a trial shift and online tests. They are required to wear…
Marathon Asset Management LLP Receives £2 Compensation Against Former Employees
The recent case of Marathon Asset Management LLP and another v Seddon and another, involved a claim brought by Marathon Asset Management LLP (Marathon) against two former employees who breached their duties of confidence by unlawfully removing approximately 40,000 documents when they resigned in order to set up a competing business.
The recent Court of Appeal case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and Mullins v Smith has been widely reported in the press over the past few weeks but has anything changed regarding employment status?
Not really, but the Court has provided useful guidance as to what to look for when assessing this type of work which will help to determine whether an individual should be properly regarded as a ‘worker’ rather than self-employed.
Gareddu v London Underground Ltd
The employer, London Underground, had, what some might consider to be, a generous holiday scheme in place; Mr Gareddu was entitled to take 38 days holiday each year (inclusive of bank holidays). Mr Gareddu, a Sardinian national, was a practising Roman Catholic.