There are different obligations depending on whether your team member is deemed an employee or contractor

Employee or contractor?

When engaging a new worker it is important to consider whether they will be an employee or a contractor.There are a number of key differences between employees and contractors. These differences create different rights, risks and obligations at law. You will need to have regard to a number of factors when considering if a worker is an employee or a contractor.
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