Atypical workers – employment status, tax status, modus operandi – some links

I’m preparing a talk on freelance contracts, and I find that looking at the way different organisations explain things is useful for a number of reasons.

Firstly, their emphasis may give some insight into how they regard the issue differently to someone primarily concerned with the worker’s rights. But secondly, a complex issues are often quite badly explained and it helps to look at the way different orgs do it.

The expected changes for 2022 are particularly interesting from a freelance point of view as it is expected to include changes arising from The Good Work Plan that came out of The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices, including possible…

  • compensation for work cancelled without ‘reasonable notice’,
  • right to reasonable notice of working hours,
  • right to more predictable and stable contracts once you have 26 weeks continuous service
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