Addison Lee Courier Held To Be Worker In ‘Gig Economy’ Case

A courier working for taxi company, Addison Lee, has been held by the Central London Employment Tribunal to be a worker, and not a self-employed independent contractor, in the latest ‘gig economy’ case on the issue of employment status. Gig Economy: The Addison Lee Ruling Employment judge, Joanna Wade, held at the Central London Employment […]

The Impact of the National Living Wage

On the 1st April 2016, the National Living Wage came into force for those aged 25 and over, who must now be paid a minimum of £7.20 per hour. For this age group, this increased their minimum wage from £6.70 per hour to £7.20 per hour. The National Living Wage is scheduled to increase on the […]