The 'Gig Economy' - Uber Tribunal
This is the third part in a series of webinars on the regulation of the gig economy and will review one of the highest profile legal disputes in UK employment law – the case of 3 drivers against global ride-hailing app, Uber.
During this session, barrister Ben Amunwa from 36 Group will assist viewers:
· Understand the key factual and legal arguments on both sides in this important case on ‘worker’ status
· Learn how the Employment Tribunal applied the statutory definition of ‘limb (b) workers’ to the novel facts of the case
· Appreciate the significance of the Uber case for businesses and workforces in the UK
· Recognise the main factors that are relevant to determining employment status in the context of work for an online platform
· Be aware of the likely approach of Tribunal judges in this difficult and fact-sensitive area
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