Real Employment Law Advice

Legal status: Employee or Self-Employed?

In this episode of the podcast I give you a run down of the 8 key tests/facts to consider in order to determine if someone who works for you is an employee or self-employed person. 

For the purpose of employment rights it does not matter if the person is termed a self-employed person, or paid as a self-employed person, the law may decide otherwise. 

If you are in any doubt please listen to this podcast episode and run through the tests yourself. 

Also in this episode is the HR Top Tip, which is a cautionary tale about confidential correspondence. 

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