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Around 20% of the UK’s workforce choose not to be permanently employed, and yet they are often forgotten by the government. We’re on a mission to change this, empower them, and make sure their voices are heard!

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Oxford University Tutors Not Self-Employed

Two Oxford University tutors, Rebecca Abrams and Alice Jolly, win their claim for employee status in an Employment Tribunal, prompting calls for a re-evaluation of


Self-Employed Delivery Drivers Sue Royal Mail

Royal Mail is being sued for classifying Parcelforce (a Royal Mail subsidiary) delivery drivers as self-employed when they should in fact be workers.  Marc Francis,

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