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Employment Law
Pimlico and Hermes ‘worker’ rulings could affect gig economy

The Supreme Court ruling in the Pimlico Plumbers case and the Employment Tribunal decision involving Hermes help to clarify the difference between 'worker' and 'self-employed' and could have a significant impact on the gig economy.

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Muslim bus driver loses discrimination and harassment claims

A Muslim bus driver has lost his claim that he was subjected to harassment based on his race or religion while at work.

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Firefighters’ shift pattern breached Working Time Regulations

The High Court has ruled that a 96-hour shift pattern for firefighters was unlawful because it breached the Working Time Regulations 1998.

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Firm discriminated against pregnant woman by extending probation

The Employment Tribunal has ruled that an employer discriminated against a woman when it extended her probationary period after discovering she was pregnant.

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