Worker rights furore | Post Office employment tribunal could shake up gig economy for millions

Post Office employment tribunal could shake up gig economy for millions

The Post Office is the big business at the centre of a tribunal which could shake up gig economy employment structures for millions.

120 sub-postmasters, representing 8,500 of their peers from around the country, have taken a case against the Post Office to an employment tribunal, in an effort to be classified as workers.

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