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Changes To Workers Rights: What It Means For Your Business

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08 August 2018

A number of high profile workers' rights cases have begun to set legal precedents in the UK courts. Those who work in the so called 'Gig Economy' are set to have changes in workers rights, pay, and status; including the entitlement to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).

This White Paper sets out to explain the potential changes in employment law for those working in the Gig Economy and other areas businesses might be affected. Our comments and research within this report are intended as a guide for employers. For further advice or guidance on the matter, please contact 0800 032 4088.

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