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    Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh arrested

    12:32, June 13 25 0

    A prominent Iranian human rights lawyer who had defended women protesting the obligatory Islamic headscarf has been detained and told she will serve five years in prison, according to her family.
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    Should job interviews be phased out?

    11:26, June 13 30 0

    If you’ve ever had job interviews, then you know the same questions and statements will crop up: Why should we hire you? What’s your biggest weakness (or strength)? Tell me about your leadership style.
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    Gig economy: heating engineer wins claim against Pimlico Plumbers

    05:14, June 13 28 0

    A heating engineer has won his claim against Pimlico Plumbers, establishing that he was a worker and not self-employed in a unanimous decision by the UK’s highest court that will set a clear precedent for other gig economy disputes.The supreme court’s judgment is likely to influence the outcome of protracted legal battles such as those involving the cab firms Uber and Addison Lee, who are in dispute with their drivers over their employment status.Pimlico Plumbers, which lost at every stage of the legal dispute, had appealed to the UK’s highest court, arguing that those it sends out to repair leaking pipes and malfunctioning dishwashers are self-employed and not “workers”. Workers do not enjoy the full range of employment protection rights given to full-time staff but are entitled to significant elements such as holiday pay.The claim was brought by Gary Smith, from Kent, who worked for Pimlico Plumbers for six years as a plumber and heating engineer until 2011, when he suffered a heart attack. He claimed that his subsequent request for a three-day week was rejected, the Pimlico Plumbers van he rented was taken away and he was dismissed. The firm disputed Smith’s assertion that he was sacked because he wanted to work fewer days.