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Free Webinar for Employers: Changes to Worker Status Following Uber Ruling
Ahead of our half day briefing, this FREE webinar will ensure employers of "gig workers" understand the huge implications of Uber's long-running historic court battle. The high court ruling means your independent contractors could now be now entitled to basic employment rights.

UK organisations work with over 1.3 million "gig workers": independent contractors, online platform workers, contract firm workers, on-call workers, and temporary workers. Where now classed as "workers" rather than self-employed contractors, they are entitled to:

* Paid sick leave
* Paid holiday
* Pensions
* National minimum wage
* The right to not work more than 48 hours on average per week

Why attend this FREE webinar?

* Hear from an outstanding speaker line-up, including the lawyer who represented the original lead claimants of the case; the author of the independent "Taylor Review" of modern working practices; the current National Officer of the GMB Union; IR35's most prominent thought leader and the author of 'CEST explained'
* Understand the far-reaching consequences of the ruling, especially in the light of Brexit and Covid-19
* Know how to determine a worker’s status
* Grasp the implications to current business models
* Examine the need to clarify UK employment status
* Find out what crucial steps UK employers need to take right now to ensure their Modern * Slavery Statement is workable
* Mitigate against similar claims and reputational risks

This FREE webinar features a 20 minute legal plenary outlining the implications for employers of "gig workers", and a 30 minute panel where experts in this area will debate the future of online platform work such as Handy, Deliveroo, Upwork and other zero hours and self-employment trends in the context of the way in which the court framed the Uber decision. We will also examine the need to clarify UK employment status.

Apr 27, 2021 11:30 AM in London

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There is a maximum capacity of 100 registrants to attend live. However, if you would still like to receive a link to the recording, email registrations@bfi.co.uk and we will send this to you after the webinar.