Workers don't have as much employment protection as employees but do have important legal rights such as paid holiday and the right to be paid the national minimum wage.
If an employee has contributed to their dismissal, their compensation can be reduced by anything up to 100%. This is called 'contributory fault'.
The worker status debate leached into the TUPE sphere towards the end of 2019.
In December 2019, the government set out its plans for new employment law legislation in the Queen's Speech.
Third party harassment can happen in the workplace when someone other than the employer harasses the employee.
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