GilesFiles Insights

On this page, we provide our insights about the latest judgments. We share our thoughts and make connections between them.

Industrial action amendments: Strategy and tactics

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Aussie Uber contractors: No employment relationship

Aussie Uber contractors: According to a recent report in Accountancy Daily an Australian court has ruled that Uber drivers should be treated as contractors for tax and employment purposes and not as employees.  This is a ‘landmark decision which could have...

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Bipolar contractual model: Vulnerable Uber drivers

Uber v Aslam Uber drivers in the United Kingdom have been held by the Court of Appeal in Uber B.V. ("UBV") & Ors v Aslam & Ors [2018] EWCA Civ 2748 to be ‘workers’ for the purposes of the national minimum wage and paid holidays. Journal article In an important...

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Genuine pay differentials: A simple fix required

Garbage in and out It is said that 'garbage in, is garbage out' and we are in real danger of not measuring genuine pay differentials. Employers are currently being forced to report wages paid to employees at seven occupational levels. But, if the ‘benchmarks’ in the...

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