The Good Work Plan: employment rights at-a-glance

Understanding how to make the distinction between employee, worker, and the self-employed is essential for business owners. The changes that form part of the government’s Good Work Plan, which came into force in April 2020, protect the rights of flexible workers and dramatically alter your responsibilities.

Are you confident you can define the correct employment status of those working for you? And do you know what rights they’re entitled to? Our experts have put together a free guide to give you a reminder about what the Good Work Plan is and an overview of the rights employees, workers, and the self-employed are entitled to.

Simply complete the form to download your free Good Work Plan guide.

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