Written by Brabners LLP Umbrella companies must remain vigilant to the risk that they may be engaging contractors who are victims of modern slavery, as
Written by Simon Bloch, JMW Solicitors LLP On 9th May 2022, the government proposed to introduce legislation in relation to exclusivity clauses within
Written by Laura Darnley, Brabners LLP A number of important changes affecting how employers undertake right to work checks have come into force with effect
Written by Brabners LLP Agency workers are entitled to certain rights while they are assigned to work for end clients (aka “hirers”). Some rights
Written by Brabners LLP Key Information Documents It has been almost 2 years since the requirement to produce Key Information Documents (KIDs) was introduced on
The Court of Appeal has ruled on the long-running Smith vs Pimlico Plumbers case and overturned the decisions in lower courts to force Pimlico Plumbers to compensate Smith for previously unpaid annual leave.
Written by Brabners LLP Fear of Catching Covid-19 is not a Protected Belief according to Employment Tribunal As cases relating to COVID-19 begin to
Government launches call for evidence on umbrella market.
Brabners discuss self-employed contractors and the right of substitution.
FCSA says it is delighted to see that Margaret Beels has been appointed to the role of Director of Labour Market Enforcement.
New regulations making vaccinations compulsory for care home staff in England will come into force on 11 November 2021. This means that all staff working
In this series of articles, we are reviewing the current legal framework for calculating holiday entitlement for agency workers, and considering the particular challenges which