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Collective Bargaining: outsourced workers not entitled to collectively bargain with "De Facto" employer
  • DAC Beachcroft
  • United Kingdom
  • February 8 2018

The Central Arbitration Committee has rejected a claim that outsourced workers employed at a university should be entitled to bargain collectively


Recent UK Uber and Deliveroo cases
  • Keystone Law
  • United Kingdom, European Union
  • February 8 2018

If you were distracted by the more headline grabbing stories about bad behaviour and paying off hackers at Uber, you may have missed some interesting


UK: Collective bargaining - no obligation on ‘de facto’ employer; risks of direct negotiation with employees
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 7 2018

In Independent Workers Union of Great Britain v University of London the Central Arbitration Committee has decided that a union representing employees


Outsourcing: Employees of company providing outsourced services were not also workers of the end user
  • Addleshaw Goddard LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 2 2018

The Central Arbitration Committee has rejected a trade union's application for statutory recognition by an end user in respect of a bargaining unit


CAC rejects application for statutory recognition with "de facto" employer
  • Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • January 26 2018

In the cases of IWGB v Cordant Security Ltd TUR11026 (2017) and IWGB v University of London TUR11027 (2017), the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC


Employment law review of the year 2017 - Employment Status
  • Addleshaw Goddard LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • December 21 2017

As the year draws to a close, it's a good time to take stock of some of the key employment law cases from the past 12 months. Here, we consider the


UK: gig economy developments, including important ECJ ruling on holiday pay, Uber and Deliveroo rulings on worker status, and delay to government proposals
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom, European Union
  • December 12 2017

The ECJ has agreed with the Advocate-General's opinion in King v Sash Windows that workers denied paid holiday can carry over their 4 weeks'


EAT upholds broad interpretation of “trade union membership”
  • Wrigleys Solicitors LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • December 6 2017

In Jet2.com Ltd v Denby, the EAT has upheld an employment tribunal ruling that Jet2.com Limited had unlawfully discriminated against a prospective


Deliveroo: The CAC decides that riders are not "workers" and not entitled to trade union recognition
  • DAC Beachcroft
  • United Kingdom
  • December 6 2017

In 2016, the Independent Workers' Union of Great Britain submitted an application for recognition to the Central Arbitration Committee (the CAC) for


A landmark workers’ rights case has been filed against the University of London
  • Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • December 4 2017

The Independent Workers Union of Great Britain recently filed a landmark test case with the Central Arbitration Committee against the University of