The Good Work Plan: employment status misconceptions

Making sure you have correctly identified the employment status of the people you have working in your business has never been more important.

The broad programme of changes the government is introducing through The Good Work Plan are all centred around the rights of the individual, which, in turn, hinge upon their employment status.

Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about how employment status is defined.

Citation’s Head of Employment Law, Gillian McAteer, sits down to dispell five of the most common employment status misconceptions out there, to help you better prepare ahead of The Good Work Plan.

Got a Good Work Plan question?

If you’re a Citation client and have questions about how The Good Work Plan will affect you, remember our experts are available to you 24/7 through our advice line, on 0345 844 4848.

If you’re not yet a Citation client, get in touch with the team on 0345 844 1111 or using the form on this page and we can chat you through how we can help- you manage your Good Work Plan obligations ahead of 6 April 2020.

And remember, keep your eye on our Good Work Plan hub – where we’ll be posting more useful content to help you get up to scratch with your legal obligations

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