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Employee versus Contractor – when is it still important? presentation

Published on 18 Oct 21 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • The difference between an employee and a contractor
  • Recent developments in industrial law such as the new casual employee definition and emerging issues with the sharing/gig economy
  • Key risks and obligations including those for small business employers and
  • What the courts have said in key cases such as Gupta v Portier, Kloger v Foodora and the Deliveroo unfair dismissal case.

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Matthew McKee FTI
Matthew is a partner of the Sydney law firm Brown Wright Stein Lawyers. Matthew assists accountants and lawyers in advising their clients on all aspects of tax and superannuation for SMEs and high net wealth individuals and family groups - Current at 10 December 2020
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