This Employment Tribunal case illustrates why it is important for businesses to set out terms in writing in advance of someone starting work
In this episode 213 of the podcast I bring you a summary of a case that was decided by the Watford Employment Tribunal in regards to the issue of the status of the aggrieved. The case is Guler v Newman Law LLP.
In this episode of the podcast we cover:
- Why businesses need to ensure that agreed terms are set out in writing at the outset.
- How the Employment Tribunal made a determination of Mr Guler’s status.
- Why the Employment Tribunal decided that Mr Guler was a worker.
- The issues that can arise about status and remuneration if you do not set out the terms in writing.
You can read the full judgement here: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/64db5181c8dee400127f1c68/Mr_A_Guler_-v-Newman_Law_LLP–3304221-2022_-_Written_Reasons.pdf
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