For many businesses, the journey to become “GDPR compliant” which they embarked upon earlier in the year meant that many – but by no means all – businesses will have assessed what personal data they hold and policies will have been put in place. But have you thought of the need to use that data… Read more>>
The Court of Appeal has handed down a judgment on whether or not a sub-contractor was in fact a worker, or properly self-employed.
It is very important to note that this question is dealt with from an employment rights point of view, not a tax point of view. The reason it matters is that a self-employed contractor does not have entitlement to minimum wage, or paid holidays or to claim discrimination. A “WORKER” does have those rights.