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Getting more than you bargained for? Rethinking the meaning of ‘work’ in employment law

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There are many different situations in which the law requires a determination of whether an individual can be said to be ‘working’: to determine his or her status as an ‘employee’ or ‘worker’, to decide his or her entitlement to contractual pay, to assess his or her entitlement to the National Minimum Wage and to distinguish working time from ‘rest periods’ for the purposes of working time legislation. Where the individual is engaged in core work tasks at the workplace, it is straightforward ...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed

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10.1093/indlaw/dwx006

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Oxford college:
Wadham College
Role:
Author
Publisher:
Oxford University Press Publisher's website
Journal:
Industrial Law Journal Journal website
Volume:
46
Issue:
4
Pages:
477-507
Publication date:
2017-07-24
Acceptance date:
2017-02-25
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EISSN:
1464-3669
ISSN:
0305-9332
Source identifiers:
684078
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pubs:684078
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uuid:8b7c82e9-1e84-4f17-a324-35bb1a879abd
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pubs:684078
Deposit date:
2017-03-06

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