When your “contractors” turn out to be your employees (#9) …

What will your regulators do?

It’s not only your relationship with your workers that’s been affected by the High Court’s recent decisions about how we should be deciding if a worker is a “contractor” or an employee.

What about all those regulatory and revenue authorities – tax, super, workers compensation, payroll tax, WHS , labour hire licensing etc – that have published guidelines and “contractor tools” that apply the multi-factor test as it was used before the High Court restricted its operation?

You’re cordially invited to bring your questions along to WorkAccord’s Tuesday TalkAbout on 29 March 2022, and engage in the extended discussion via the Labour Hire Licensing & Regulation (Aust. & N.Z.) LinkedIn Group? We’d love to hear from you.

Let’s talk!

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