Category Archives: Employment Status

Employment Status: Do you really want to be an Employee?

We have clients, both employers and individuals, who want their relationship to be one of self-employment, rather than employment. This is because the employment relationship is more highly regulated (and so more costly) than self-employment; and self-employment may have tax … Continue reading

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Employment Status: Are You Really A Partner?

The dance goes on. Disputes over employment status never go away. As Employment Judge Emerton said in Ferrao v Create Health Limited (Case No. 2300758/2011), where I represented the successful claimant, a ‘bank nurse’, ‘if it quacks like a duck, … Continue reading

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