Miscellaneous 2022

Determining employment status, a matter for judges or parliament? podcast

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 10 Aug 2022


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This podcast covers the concept of employee versus contractor in light of the recent High Court decisions in Personnel Contracting and ZG Operations. In particular on labour recruitment decisions and the unresolved impact on questions in relation to superannuation guarantee contributions. The panel also considers the prospect of regulatory reform on the statutory definition of employee and the application to income tax, superannuation, payroll tax and workers' compensation.

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Determining employment status, a matter for judges or parliament?

Author(s): Suzanne Mackenzie CTA , Andrew Stewart


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Miscellaneous 2022

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