Umbrella Worker Wins Unlawful Deductions Case

In a recent tribunal case an umbrella worker successfully claimed unlawful deductions, with the judge deciding that £29,885 was owed to the worker.  The case centres around the documentation the worker received at the start of the assignment, which included: contract of employment from the umbrella company that paid the worker; email from the recruitment […]

Systemic Abuse As Agency Repeatedly Underpays Workers

An investigation by the Observer has found that a recruitment agency supplying warehouse workers consistently underpaid them for work done, plus did not give their statutory holiday entitlement.  Mach Recruitment supplied the workers on zero-hours contracts to help process orders for PrettyLittleThing, Boohoo, The Very Group, Sainsbury’s and Currys. Arrogance of ignoring workers claims Shockingly, […]