Employers need to be aware of the employment status of individuals who work for them
There are three main types of employment status: employees, workers and the self-employed. Definitions and Rights
Working in the gig economy, using the internet and apps to find work. Employment in the gig economy
HMRC and common law have developed a number of legal tests to determine employment status. Common law tests
The main difference between a worker and an employee is that a worker is not obliged to accept work and the employer is not obliged to provide work. This means that mutuality of obligation is missing. Employee or Worker
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