More Gig economy ‘worker’ decisions – a bicycle courier working for Excel… plus Addison Lee

Following on from the recent decisions about Uber and CitySprint, now a bicycle courier working for Excel has been declared a ‘worker’ for employment rights and status reasons. And at the bottom we give you the details of the autumn 2017 decision about Addison Lee, a London-based cab and courier company.
Brief facts of the

CitySprint bike courier is also a worker

Following the recent Uber ‘worker’ decision, another employment tribunal has found that a bike courier working for CitySprint is also a worker rather than self-employed, giving her rights to holiday pay, SSP, and the National Living/Minimum Wage.

Brief details of Dewhurst vs CitySprint
Maggie Dewhurst cycled up to 50 miles per day for CitySprint,

Uber Tribunal – the details

More details from the Uber Tribunal, an important case for the fast-expanding ‘gig’ economy……Updated December 2017.
At the end of October this year, an employment tribunal ruled that two Uber ‘test case’ drivers were not self-employed independent contractors but workers (for the purposes of the Employment Rights Act 1996, the National Minimum Wage Act

Our new service – Help for Independent Contractors and Employees

Through our management of Workline, a free employment advice service on the Freelance Advisor website, The HR Kiosk help hundreds of employees, freelancers, contractors, temps and Employers per month with a (limited) free advisory service on all aspects of UK Employment Law.
However, sometimes an individual will have a problem so complicated that we cannot

Peter Stringfellow – how he is clarifying employment law

Last year there was an important employment law case about employment status that showed that Employment Tribunals would focus on the actual reality of working relationships when determining whether someone is self-employed or not, and not focus on what the contractual documentation actually said (Autoclenz v Belcher, see the details here).
This year there has

Agency Workers Regulations so far – the bad

With the first twelve weeks of the AWR finishing on 23rd December 2011 – when in theory all agency workers will have ‘equal’ treatment rights to pay, holidays, hours of work etc. – we take a look at the impact of the Agency Workers Regulations so far – what’s good, bad and downright dodgy!

Agency Workers Regulations so far – the good

With the first twelve weeks of the AWR coming to an end on 23rd December 2011 – when in theory all agency workers will have ‘equal’ treatment rights to pay, holidays, hours of work etc. – we take a look at the impact of the Agency Workers Regulations so far – what’s good, bad and downright dodgy!

What employment status do I have? Your contract may not provide the answer!

Recently, Freelance Advisor reported on the very important Supreme Court 2011 legal judgement on Autoclenz Ltd v Belcher and Others and how this may affect freelancers and contractors who have IR35 concerns. As this case is so important for all employees, workers and freelancers in deciding their employment status, at Workline we thought we’d explain this in more detail.

The case highlights the importance the Courts now give to finding clarity in employment relationships, not by looking at what is written down in a contract, but what is actually happening in the working relationship.

Who can have self-employed status in the film, television and production industries?

With Workline’s origin in the Film and TV Industries we thought we’d return to the infamous HMRC ‘Film, Television and Production Industry Guidance Notes’, that provide advice on how to determine the correct employment status of workers in these industries.

Am I an Employee, a Freelancer or a Worker? Your employment status

There are three different types of working individuals but deciding someone’s employment status can be complicated as there is no single legal definition. Our advice is updated for 2011.

Here is a quick guide to help you establish your status – if you are an Employee, Worker or Freelance.

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