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  • Employment - Employed or self-employed checklist
    Employed or self-employed checklist This checklist sets out the main factors which may indicate whether an individual is employed or self-employed. Some pointers in considering relevant factors There is no exhaustive list of the factors that are relevant. Consequently, you can't just run through this checklist as a mechanical exercise, you must consider all the particular circumstances of your employment relationship with the individual.There are no strict rules as to the relative weight of the various factors...
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  • Employment - Consultancy agreement (clause)
    Consultancy agreementIf you hire a self-employed consultant for their expertise in an area that your employees may be lacking, you should put in place an agreement that not only sets out the arrangements between you but also goes as far as possible in ensuring there is no employment relationship. Our consultancy agreement is a useful starting point.  Categories of workerThere are four categories of worker recognised by UK employment law. These are an employee, an employee shareholder, a worker and a self-employed...
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  • Employment - Consultancy offer letter
    Consultancy offer letterOur consultancy offer letter is designed to complement our consultancy agreement - issue it to make an offer of engagement to a self-employed consultant and then, once the offer has been accepted, you can later follow it up with the consultancy agreement.Genuine self-employmentYou can only use our Consultancy Offer Letter and Consultancy Agreement for someone who is genuinely self-employed, i.e. independent and in business of their own account where you're effectively their client or...
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