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The difference between “employee” and “worker” Publication date: 15.01.2019
Article database » Employment status » Employment status
You might refer to your staff as either “employees” or “workers”. This is perfectly acceptable but when it comes to employment law, there’s a major difference between the two. Why is the distinction so important?
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Q&A - can we Brexit-proof our contracts? Publication date: 23.02.2017
Article database » Employment status » Employment status
Q&A - can we Brexit-proof our contracts?..Q. We know job applicants from other EU member states can’t be rejected on the basis that they might lose their right to work here. But suppose that does happen in the future - is there anything we can put in our employment contracts to protect our position? A. Yes, you can use a right to work clause (see...
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The new apprenticeship standards Publication date: 23.05.2016
Article database » Employment status » Employment status
Apprenticeships in England have undergone a complete overhaul and by autumn 2017 approved standards will be applied to all of them. What does this mean for you?
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The difference between employed and self-employed Publication date: 29.01.2014
Article database » Employment status » Employment status
Rather than hiring a temporary employee, you’ve opted to engage a self-employed worker. As well as having a written contract, in order to protect your position what must you insist that they do?
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Do you want to create an apprenticeship? Publication date: 19.09.2013
Article database » Employment status » Employment status
The government is going to great lengths to encourage employers to take on apprentices. If you’re interested in going down this route, what should be your first steps and where do you go from there?
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Employee shareholder on promotion Publication date: 19.09.2013
Article database » Employment status » Employment status
It’s been suggested that employers could offer the new employee-shareholder contract to any existing employee who is promoted. Although this is perfectly possible, why is it a terrible idea?
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Employee-shareholder contracts Publication date: 17.05.2013
Article database » Contracts » Contracts
After some negotiation, the government has finally added “employee-shareholder contracts” to the statute books. They will come into force on September 1 2013, but why should you avoid them?
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“Employee-owner” status hits a brick wall Publication date: 09.04.2013
Article database » Employment status » Employment status
“Employee-owner” status hits a brick wall.. Hold your horses, George! On Budget Day, George Osborne, indicated that “employee-shareholder contracts” would be formally introduced by the government on September 1 2013. You will probably recall that we set out the detail in an earlier article and explained why they were fraught with difficulties...
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Employee status has danced around the courts Publication date: 29.01.2013
Article database » Contracts » Contracts
The Court of Appeal has just considered a long-running argument over the employment status of a lap dancer. Interestingly, although it found sufficient “mutuality of obligation”, it ruled that she wasn’t an employee. Why?
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Employee disguised as “self-employed lap dancer” Publication date: 02.07.2012
Article database » Dismissal » Unfair dismissal
We previously looked at a case that involved a lap dancer who had claimed unfair dismissal. She had lost because the tribunal concluded she wasn’t actually an employee. This decision has just been overturned on appeal. Why?
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