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Hermes facing legal challenge from its self-employed workers

Published on Thursday 26th of January 2017 01:26:01 PM in Guardian

Hermes, the courier company that delivers parcels for John Lewis and Next, is facing a legal claim from workers who believe they are wrongly classed as self-employed, according to the Labour MP Frank Field.Speaking on Thursday, he said the move is being orchestrated by the GMB ...

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