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Courier wins holiday pay in key tribunal ruling on gig economy

Published on Friday 6th of January 2017 07:39:01 PM in Guardian

A cycle courier working for the delivery firm CitySprint has won the right to paid holidays and minimum pay in a key ruling on the gig economy.The central London employment tribunal ruled that CitySprint had unlawfully failed to award holiday pay to Mags Dewhurst and had ...

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