Weekly Review of Developments 30/4/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 30 April 2021
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Issues covered: Mental Health and Wellbeing; Apprentice Awards 2021; Workplace Covid-19 Testing

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This week's top stories:

  • In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott, BL, reports on the most recent employment status case, Addison Lee v Lange, in which the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by the company against a judgement that its drivers were workers.  In other case reviews, the Court of Appeal gives guidance on re-engagement and an NI tribunal provides some helpful guidance on the ‘band of reasonable responses’ test.
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