Helping you check the employment status of every individual in your business, so you can fulfil your legal obligations and avoid potential problems At a glance
- Keeping track of the employment status and working arrangement for every individual in your business can be difficult, but is essential if you are to be sure you meet their legal rights.
- Expert legal advice can ensure you have the correct documentation in place for each individual.
- Our experienced employment team will help you identify the most suitable status and arrangement for each person, and help you protect your business by ensuring you fulfil their legal rights.
Are you certain you know the employment status of every member of staff? It can be difficult to keep track of the working arrangements for every individual, but it’s vital that you do, since each arrangement provides both employer and employee with different legal rights.
From the outset, you need to decide the type of working arrangement you want with an individual, and it’s advisable to have legal advice, so you can be sure the documents you provide for them accurately reflect that arrangement. For example, their employment status might be:
- Part-time employee
- Full-time employee
- Casual employee
- Zero-hour/Casual worker
- Agency worker
Our dedicated employment team will assess the situation and role for any individual, and suggest which agreements and contract is most suitable for them and for your business. We can help you draft the documentation if you wish.
With our expert advice, you can be sure the working arrangement for any individual is practical and appropriate, and that your business is protected comprehensively.
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