Status is at the heart of all workplace relationships. Employment rights, duties and obligations vary according to whether an individual is an employee, a worker or a self-employed contractor.
Yet despite the importance of correctly characterising the relationship, identifying the correct classification is not a straightforward task. In this guide, we look at the key characteristics of the different status classifications, describe guidance from recent case law and explain the risks attached to mischaracterisation of a relationship.
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Louise Mason, Linklaters