When contracting arrangements aren't clear on paper and are murky in practice, they become like the proverbial "ticking bomb", potentially resulting in massive back-pay orders for wages, superannuation contributions, and other modern award or NES entitlements.
According to Hicksons partner Brad Swebeck, a court ruling that a contractor is actually an employee can be financially catastrophic for a business - whatever its size - "but there are ways to defuse or minimise this risk".
In this presentation, Brad explains how to:
You'll be posted a CD containing the presentation and Q&A (in both Quicktime and Windows Media formats), and presenters' slides.
View an excerpt below.