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PURPLE BRICKS
Following The Supreme Court Ruling in the Uber case, the Court ruled that the Uber Drivers were to be considered workers and not self-employed contractors and as a direct consequence, they were entitled to receive workers’ rights such as holiday pay.

Purple Bricks has engaged with contractors directly via their Personal Service Companies. These contractors are unequivocally workers and as such should have received, but did not, holiday pay and pension rights.

C4J are acting for contractors engaged by Purple Bricks and is claiming these workers should be treated as employees and accordingly given the same rights as those given to their direct employees.

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THE FINANCIAL OMBUDSMAN
Following The Supreme Court Ruling in the Uber case, the Court ruled that the Uber Drivers were to be considered workers and not self-employed contractors and as a direct consequence, they were entitled to receive workers’ rights such as holiday pay.

The Financial Ombudsman (FOS) has engaged with contractors directly via their Personal Service Companies and more latterly since April 2017 via Umbrella Companies. These contractors are unequivocally workers and as such should have received, but did not, holiday pay and pension rights.

C4J are acting for contractors who were engaged by the FOS and we will be claiming workers’ rights for the entire period you was engaged by them.

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RYANAIR

Following The Supreme Court Ruling in the Uber case, the Court ruled that the Uber Drivers were to be considered workers and not self-employed contractors and as a direct consequence, they were entitled to receive workers’ rights such as holiday pay.

In addition, following the Employment Tribunal case of Jason Lutz v Ryanair & MCG Aviation, Mr Lutz was found to be an Agency Worker by the Tribunal, which entitles Agency Workers to a range of statutory protections under the Working Time Regulations once they have completed a qualifying period of 12 weeks.

Ryanair has engaged with contractors via Agencies These contractors are unequivocally workers and as such should have received, but did not, holiday pay and pension rights.

C4J are acting for contractors who were engaged by the Ryanair and we will be claiming workers’ rights for the entire period you was engaged by them.

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REED EMPLOYMENT
Reed Employment has engaged with contractors/workers to work for various clients and has directed the contractor/worker to utilise the services of an Umbrella Company.

These umbrella workers have suffered unlawful deductions from their pay for example, Employers National Insurance Contributions, Apprenticeship Levy, Workplace Pension Contribution and Holiday Pay.

As a matter of law, employers which include Umbrella Companies cannot deduct Employers NICS or Apprenticeship Levy from a workers gross pay.

C4J are acting for contractors engaged by Reed Employment and we shall be claiming back these unlawful deductions.

You may ask why are we not pursuing the Umbrella Company for these unlawful deductions. The answer is simple, under the Law of Principal and Agent, Reed are responsible for the actions of their Agent and therefore liable for the unlawful deductions.

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RANSTAD

Ranstad Employment Group has engaged with contractors/workers to work for various clients and has directed the contractor/worker to utilise the services of an Umbrella Company.

These umbrella workers have suffered unlawful deductions from their pay for example, Employers National Insurance Contributions, Apprenticeship Levy, Workplace Pension Contribution and Holiday Pay.

As a matter of law, employers which include Umbrella Companies cannot deduct Employers NICS or Apprenticeship Levy from a workers gross pay.

C4J are acting for contractors engaged by Ranstad and we shall be claiming back these unlawful deductions.

You may ask why are we not pursuing the Umbrella Company for these unlawful deductions. The answer is simple, under the Law of Principal and Agent, Ranstad are responsible for the actions of their Agent and therefore liable for the unlawful deductions.

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ALEXANDER MANN RECRUITMENT & ALEXANDER MANN SOLUTIONS

Alexander Mann Recruitment and Alexander Mann Solutions has engaged with contractors/workers to work for various clients and has directed the contractor/worker to utilise the services of an Umbrella Company.

These umbrella workers have suffered unlawful deductions from their pay for example, Employers National Insurance Contributions, Apprenticeship Levy, Workplace Pension Contribution and Holiday Pay.

As a matter of law, employers which include Umbrella Companies cannot deduct Employers NICS or Apprenticeship Levy from a workers gross pay.

C4J are acting for contractors engaged by Alexander Mann and we shall be claiming back these unlawful deductions.

You may ask why are we not pursuing the Umbrella Company for these unlawful deductions. The answer is simple, under the Law of Principal and Agent, Alexander Mann are responsible for the actions of their Agent and therefore liable for the unlawful deductions.

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