Weekly Review of Developments 23/4/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 23 April 2021
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Issues covered: Health and Safety Detriment, Workers; Foster Carers Employment Status; Homeworking; Consultation on Fair Employment Legislation

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This week's top stories:

  • We’ve a bumper case law review section from Jason Elliott BL, including a Court of Appeal decision that confirms that foster carers are workers for the purposes of union recognition rights. 
  • A recent report from the Office for National Statistics has revealed that, despite a big rise in homeworking last year, about two thirds of workers did not do so at all. 
  • Mencap and Unison the union have written a joint letter to the

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