What Impact Will the Recent Judgement for Deliveroo Riders Have on Employers and Employees?

Wed 22nd Nov 2023

After the Supreme Court ruled Deliveroo riders as self-employed, Beth Leng was asked to comment on the implications the decision will have on employers/employees after the ruling went against a recent trend in cases that highlighted those in the gig economy should be given greater protection.

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