This means that Uber drivers are entitled to claim:
This judgment does not give them ‘employee’ rights, such as the right to a redundancy payment or to claim unfair dismissal.
However, this case is a reminder to employers to carefully consider the relationship it has with its staff and the ramifications for incorrectly identifying those who are genuinely self-employed versus those who are workers/employees.
See below for our previous blogs concerning this case:
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