Actors denied minimum wage for not meeting 'worker' classification. The Employment Appeal Tribunal has rejected the original judgement made because it failed to apply the legal test to see whether the employed actors were defined as 'workers'. 

Paul Jennings, employment and discrimination lawyer at Bates Wells Braithwaite, said "the orginal judgement made was flawed and failed to evaluate whether or not actors are self-employed professionals."

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Posted on 24/10/2014 in BWB In The Media

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