Employment Memo

 CHAPTER 1  Types of employment relationship 

This chapter looks at working relationships and how they are arranged. In particular, it sets out the distinction between:
-  employees and those that are self-employed; and
-  workers and those in business for their own account who are providing a service to clients. For example, contractors may be deemed to be workers unless they are in business for their own account and are providing a service to their clients (referred to hereafter as “self-employed contractors”).

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