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January 6, 2020
There are a number of easy checks to determine if someone is genuinely self-employed, they should-
Provide their own equipment;
Are not made to wear a branded uniform, or drive a branded vehicle;Have genuine control over pricing and invoicing;
Are not paid wages;
They set their own hours and are not closely monitored by the organisation for which they work (for example through 'vehicle tracking' or other forms of software);
In recent years, there has been nothing short of an explosion of businesses who prefer to pay people on a self-employed basis rather than employ them directly.
There are big risks to using self-employed people when in reality they should be classed a workers or even employees.
We recommend that you should-
Audit your workers who you consider to be self-employed;
Review your contract for services document;
Educate your line managers about how to manage self-employed workers;
Educate your finance staff about how to manage self-employed workers;
Don’t be complacent;
Do you -
Not sure what to do?
Would like an independent party to help you audit your existing contracts?
Need to reissue or rewrite contracts?
You can contact us for support with these and all other everyday HR issues.
We will be organising a seminar in the next few weeks which will cover the potential risks employers can face by using false self-employment.
If you are interested in attending this seminar call us on 07375 097443 or e-mail email@example.com
Written particulars as from April 6th 2020.
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