The Gig Economy – What it means for your business
The emergence of more flexible work arrangements in our economy sits uncomfortably with existing employment laws.
Recent case law has found both for and against “worker status” in the gig economy leaving a confusing landscape for companies and HR practitioners to navigate. Getting it wrong can be expensive. So what makes someone a “worker” in law but not your employee? When is an individual said to be genuinely self-employed?
Thursfields’ Employment Law Team invites you to a free breakfast seminar to update you on recent decisions affecting employment status and debate the direction of travel for worker protection in 2018.
Our Gig Economy Seminar will be hosted at three locations on 18th January 2018 starting at 8.30am.
Please book in to the seminar at the location that suits you best from the below;
9-10 The Tything
9 The Courtyard
36 Hagley Road
Book your free place here