Type of Worker
Many forms of working relationship exist, many of which don’t consist of employers and employees. For purposes of employment law, it’s usually necessary to define whether a worker is indeed an employee or a contractor. Homeworking is also becoming increasingly common within modern businesses, and this can pose a different set of hurdles for employers.
Businesses need to be aware of their obligations in relation to temporary staff in accordance with the Agency Workers Regulations 2010.
- Employed or Self Employed
- Employed or Seconded
- Full Time or Part Time
- Workplace based or Home based
- Indefinite Employment or Fixed Terms
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