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The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has determined a case that issues a cautionary piece of advice to employers: when ending an employee’s employment, be perfectly clear as to the date when that employment is actually ending.
The Government announced on Friday 20 October 2017 that it is now in the first phases of arranging for the repayment of employment tribunal fees.
For individual employee claimants, trade unions and respondent employers who have been ordered to pay employment tribunal fees since they were first implemented on 29 July 2013, the process is now open to reclaim the fees that have been paid.
The status of the term “worker” has been in the news a great deal recently.
Whilst employers and their HR and legal advisers wait to see what may emerge from the debate regarding the “gig” economy, the Employment Tribunal continues to determine questions relating to employment status.