European Employment Law Cases

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2022/29 A requirement to offer or accept a minimum amount of work is not a prerequisite of worker status (UK)

Keywords Employment Status, Juridisch, Arbeidsrecht, Europees recht (EU Recht)
Authors Colin Leckey
Author's information

Colin Leckey
Colin Leckey is a partner at Lewis Silkin LLP.
  • Abstract

      In this case an individual needed to establish that he was an employee or a worker as part of his claim that he was entitled to paid holidays. The dispute centred on the fact that there was no commitment to offer or accept a minimum amount of work. The Court of Appeal concluded that such a commitment is not a requirement of worker status and that a panel committee member was, therefore, a worker entitled to paid holidays.

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