The ongoing debate over worker status

16 / 02 / 2022

“The employment status of gig economy workers has been a hot topic in employment law, culminating in the Supreme Court’s decision last year in Uber v Aslam.

In that landmark case, drivers using the Uber app were held to be ‘workers’ of Uber and therefore entitled to basic employment rights such as the right to be paid national minimum wage and paid holidays (among others).”

Senior Associate Choy Lau has written an article addressing the ongoing debate over worker status, published in People Management.

To read the full article please click here.