Employment landscape shifts as new laws kick in

24th December, 2017

It has been an interesting year for employment lawyers and HR practitioners, not because of a huge body of new legislation, but rather because of the issues which arose and how they have been dealt with.

Throughout 2017 there was much debate and commentary about the potential abuse of “independent workers”, colloquially known as those who work in the “gig economy”.

The gig economy model resulted in scores of negative headlines for...

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