Your invitation to an employment seminar -Good Work, Bad Work

29th August 2017

27th September 2017 AMP Technology Centre Good Work, Bad Work- why your business MUST address the differenc between self-employed, works and employees The Government's Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices was published on 11 July and makes a number of recommendations designed to improve the working conditions of atypical workers and individuals working in the gig economy.

Come and join us to hear about the reasons behind the decisions in Uber, CitySprint and Pimlico Plumbers and explore the factors that employers may wish to consider where they are engaging individuals on a self-employed basis. Jay Bhayani, specialist employment law solicitor of Bhayani HR & Employment Law will take you through: what is the gig economy? what are the rights of workers compared with the rights of employees and self-employed contractors? practical steps for companies engaging self-employed contractors; getting the right contract for the relationship you want to create; what happens if you get it wrong? BHP's Employer Solutions Team will be discussing: PAYE or not PAYE? Employment status for tax purposes using the HMRC's Employment tax status tool managing your HMRC status risk. Timing 08:00am: registration 08:30am: presentations 10:00am: close Date: Wednesday 27th September 2017 Venue: AMP Technology Centre, Advanced Manufacturing Park, Brunel Way, Catcliffe, Rotherham, S60 5WG Cost: Free and free parking is available for delegates How to book Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Book early to ensure your place! To reserve your place please email or call 0114 266 7171.

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