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Subscribe to France 24 now : http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Uber drivers in the UK scored a landmark victory last Friday, after a court ruled they should no longer be treated as self-employed but instead as employees. This means drivers would get access to minimum wages, paid time off and other perks. Uber said it would appeal against the ruling. How big is this decision for the future of the so-called "gig economy" or "shared economy"? Is Uber's business model really under threat? Also in this programme: Can the markets help predict the outcome of the US presidential election? We'll be crunching the key numbers. And tourism in France after the terror attacks: we look at how Paris is trying to tempt back South Korean v...
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In general, determining employment status depends on the degree of control that is exercised over the individual whose status is being determined. Get information on employment status in relation to workers' compensation or the IRS with help from a certified civil mediator in this free video on employment status. Expert: Robert Todd Bio: Robert Todd is the managing partner and president of Robert M. Todd, P.A. and Family Law Solutions. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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Indianapolis teen with intent to walk 10 miles for job interview gets ride and job from stranger Stranger's Generosity Changes Teen's Life and Employment Status Freezing teen's unexpected job offer Teenager spotted walking 10 MILES in the snow to interview for $7-an-hour job is given work on the spot by restaurant owner - who doubled his pay Teen's 10-mile hike in snow for minimum-wage job interview pays off — and then some
In 2016 we saw a huge amount of media coverage of the employment practices of some of our well-known employers – in particular Amazon and Sports Direct (which was accused by MPs of operating as a "Victorian workhouse"), together with criticism of the practices of newer firms such as Uber and CitySprint. As a result, a whole raft of cases are now underway regarding employment status and its associated rights - this month's webinar takes a closer look at employment status and the gig economy.
Different Ways of Working: Reforming Employment Law, Tax and Social Security for the 21st Century: The need for reform Chair: Hugh Collins, Vinerian Professor in English Law, University of Oxford Abi Adams, Associate Professor in Economics, University of Oxford, presents ‘Different ways of working’ Judith Freedman, Pinsent Masons Professor of Taxation Law, University of Oxford, presents ‘Different Objectives – Different Solutions’ Jeremias Prassl, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oxford, presents ‘Employment Law’ https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/faculty-research/tax/events/different-ways-working-reforming-employment-law-tax-and-social-security-21st-century
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Boss: Here is your contract. Come on, sign it now! Applicant: I’m here for a job, why is this a self-employment contract? Driver: Hello! Driver’s colleague: The boss wants us to change our status to self-employed! Driver: What? Then we will lose all our protection under labour law! The boss can’t change our contract terms on his own! Make-up Artist: You may have more freedom by being self-employed, but you wouldn’t have any employee benefits. Most importantly, you should know your rights and benefits. VO: If employees don’t receive their statutory benefits, please call 2815 2200 Super: Labour Department Complaint Hotline: 2815 2200 www.labour.gov.hk Super/VO: Know your employment status. Protect your rights and benefits. www.labour.gov.hk
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Researchers in Spain found there is an association between employment status and the incidence of domestic violence in couples. The team at Universidad Carlos III De Madrid's Women's Institute analyzed results from macro-surveys on gender-based violence with information provided on the employment status and other socioeconomic characteristics such as age, level of education, place of residence and household income level. A press release stated, "It is more likely that these more egalitarian couples share values that question the more traditional roles of gender, particularly those associated with the dominant role of the male and his attitude regarding violence.” http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/05/11/Researchers-link-employment-status-incidence-of-domestic-violence/2521494516039/ http:...