On 19 February 2021, the Supreme Court ruled that Uber drivers are classed as workers, not self-employed. This entitles them to many employment rights such as holiday pay, National Minimum Wage, and more. But how does this ruling affect your business?

To help you get to grips with these changes and your legal obligations, we recommend you join Citation’s webinar on 24th March, from 1:15 to 2:30 PM, specifically for construction and trades businesses.

Citation will be revisiting the topic of The Good Work Plan to check you are familiar with the huge overhaul of employment law legislation that came into effect on 6 April 2020 and have made the necessary updates to your handbooks, policies and documentation. To help you get to grips with the changes, the webinar will cover:

  • An overview of The Good Work Plan and the key changes you need to know about
  • Your responsibilities as an employer when using casual staff
  • Changes to the employment rights of employees, workers and self-employed
  • How to distinguish between the different types of employment law status.

Citation is trusted by thousands of construction clients and works alongside tens of trade associations, including Build UK, the Construction Products Association, the National Federation of Builders. The Scaffolding Association, Confederation of Roofing Contractors, Glass & Glazing Federation – to name just a few. So, if you can spare an hour, we’re sure you’ll get a lot out of the session:

As HR and Health & Safety experts, our focus is on helping businesses like yours navigate change safely, smoothly and effectively, so you will also have the opportunity to ask any business-specific questions you may have. Join at 1:15pm for a quick meet and greet with our hosts and the webinar will commence from 1:30pm.


Date: Wednesday 24th March

Time: 1:15pm – 2:30pm


Any troubles with registering, please email seminars@citation.co.uk.