Uber has lost a crucial legal battle in its attempt to hold onto its London licence in the UK after a tribunal upheld a ruling that the ride-hailing app must treat its drivers as “workers” with minimum wage rights rather than as self-employed.Read More
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Japan has been forced to confront its work culture after it was ruled that the death of a 31-year-old employee had been caused by overwork.Read More
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Sports Direct’s policies of fining warehouse staff for being just one minute late and paying employees less than the minimum wage are “unacceptable”, founder Mike Ashley has told MPs.Read More
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