It is not all coronavirus. In this edition of Workplace Law we consider a recent case involving employment status in the construction industry and vicarious liability. But we start with some unresolved issues arising from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
There have been a number of notable cases recently on vicarious liability. One of the most well-known is the case of Mohamud v Morrisons, where the employer was held liable for the unprovoked attack on a member of the public by one of its employees.
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Despite further guidance being issued by the Government, some key questions remain and we outline some in this article.
There has been an important case recently in relation to employment status concerning a site Foreman and Bricklayer in the construction industry.