Uber drivers in the United Kingdom are entitled to worker benefits, such as minimum wage and holiday pay, according to the U.K.’s highest court.
U.K. employers that have claimed government grants to keep employees on the payroll during the pandemic should make sure they can show their claims were made properly, given the government’s efforts to fight furlough fraud.
More tech companies are providing products that help monitor U.K. employees who are working from home. One question that has arisen is whether employers can use these products to monitor employees lawfully in accordance with data protection laws.
A court in Germany ruled that employees can use a language other than German when communicating with a labor union, so long as translations are available.
After a difficult year for employers and employees alike, here are some of the more significant legislative changes taking effect this year in the U.K.
Key changes to employment law resulting from the recent U.K.-EU Trade Deal and the U.K.’s exit from the EU will affect HR professionals, general counsel and others. Here are some frequently asked questions about the deal.