Covid-related employment cases: 10 key rulings for employers

Employment tribunals have been deciding coronavirus-related cases throughout 2021. We set out 10 key first-instance rulings related to the pandemic from which employers can learn lessons. The post Covid-related employment cases: 10... Read more »

European court allows employers to ban religious clothing

The ban was justified, said the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, by an employer’s need to present a neutral image. The post European court allows employers to ban religious clothing appeared... Read more »

Ireland appeal court judgment restricts use of injunctions in dismissals

The country’s Court of Appeal’s judgment restricts the circumstances under which an injunction against dismissal can be granted to an employee. The post Ireland appeal court judgment restricts use of injunctions in... Read more »

Banker who never returned from three-year sabbatical wins unfair dismissal case

A banker working for Societe Generale was unfairly dismissed after he failed to return after a three-year sabbatical. The employee,… The post Banker who never returned from three-year sabbatical wins unfair dismissal... Read more »

Uber sued for ‘automated’ dismissals

In the first legal challenge of its kind, former Uber drivers in the UK and Portugal are suing the taxi-hailing… The post Uber sued for ‘automated’ dismissals appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

Uber and Lyft granted reprieve in California employment row

Gig economy firms continue to fight legislation forcing them to treat their drivers as employees. The post Uber and Lyft granted reprieve in California employment row appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

Uber and Lyft may halt services in California

Gig economy firms continue to fight legislation forcing them to treat their drivers as employees. The post Uber and Lyft may halt services in California appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

California sues Uber and Lyft over driver benefits

The state of California is suing the ride-hailing technology companies Uber and Lyft for failing to provide benefits and protections… The post California sues Uber and Lyft over driver benefits appeared first... Read more »

Uber drivers in France are employees

Uber drivers in France are employees and not self-employed, the country’s highest court has confirmed. The landmark ruling, which confirms… The post Uber drivers in France are employees appeared first on Personnel... Read more »

Spanish supermarket covert surveillance did not violate human rights

The European Court of Human Rights has overturned a previous judgment it made in the case of López Ribalda and… The post Spanish supermarket covert surveillance did not violate human rights appeared... Read more »
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