Employment Law & HR News & Updates.

Employment Law Updates

The latest employment law news & updates from Kalra Legal Group

GMB Union seeks Employee status for Uber taxi drivers

In a recent publication GMB, the union of professional drivers, is seeking legal action on behalf of its members against the taxi service provider Uber. The union aims to secure the drivers’ rights to be paid the national minimum wage, entitlement to holiday pay, health and safety safeguards and redress for failures regarding discipline and grievance procedures.

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We're Hiring: Business Development Vacancy in Maidenhead & Berkshire Areas

We're please to announce our latest vacancy, for an enthusiastic Business Development Executive.

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New Landmark Case Redefines Employment Definition

The Court of European Justice has ruled in a landmark case that time spent travelling to and from first and last jobs by workers who do not have a fixed office should be regarded as work.

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New Mums Discriminated Against in the Workplace

A new survey has found that more than 50,000 mothers could be forced out of their jobs as a result of discrimination in the workplace.

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Do you as an employer have a robust social media policy in place?

The case of Smith -v- British Waterways Board [2015] heard at the EAT this month emphasised the importance of a robust social media policy.

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