All employers in the UK have a duty to prevent illegal working by carrying out right to work checks on prospective employees. Caroline Glacken explains new legislation that came into effect in January 2019, enabling employers to rely solely on the Home Office’s online checking service.
Two years ago former Great Britain track cyclist Jess Varnish started landmark legal proceedings against British Cycling and UK Sport. Simon Fenton, Partner at Constantine Law representing Jess Varnish reviews the Judgement outcome.
Statement on Jess Varnish v British Cycling & UK Sport. Jess Varnish is represented by Simon Fenton of Constantine Law.
New measures designed to protect agency and zero-hours workers could pose problems for both construction firms and their operatives, John Hayes explains.
Simon Fenton of Constantine Law will represent Jess Varnish in her claim against British Cycling and UK Sport, to be heard at Manchester Employment Tribunal from 10 – 17 December 2018. This case could change the face of British sports funding in the UK.