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Mark Ltd manufactures toys and sells them through its own retail shop. Park, who is 40 years old, has been employed by Mark Ltd for five years as manager of the shop. Park has just been told that his services are no longer required, as Mark Ltd has decided to close its store and concentrate solely on manufacturing.
TASK 01If Mark Ltd decides to offer Park alternative employment, which of the following TWO statements are correct?A. Employment may be lower in status than the old employmentB. Employment must be in the same capacity as the old employmentC. Employment does not have to be in the same location as the old employmentD. Employment must be on the same terms as the old employment
TASK 02Which of the following statements concerning Park is correct?
TASK 03If Grace does not accept an offer of alternative employment, which of the following statements is correct?
TASK 01Identify whether the following statements are true or false.
TASK 02Select the correct factors which indicates that Tina is self-employed and which that she is an employee.
TASK 03Assuming that it was concluded that Tina was self-employed, identify which of the following she could bring a claim for?
Blue usually worked at home and was allowed to work on other projects. Blue could even arrange for his work for Daisy to be done by someone else if he was too busy to do it personally.
After three years of employment, and as a result of a downturn in his business sector, Daisy has told Red and Blue that there will be no more work for them and that they will not receive any further payment or compensation from him for their loss of work.
TASK O1Which TWO of the following are tests used by the court when deciding if an individual is employed or self-employed?
TASK 02Identify whether Red and Blue are entitled to any compensation for the loss of their jobs.
The ‘professionals’ are highly expert individuals who perform services for clients of Peak Ltd at a variety of different locations owned by the company. Clients have the right to choose which professional they see and at what time.
The ‘techies’ are skilled technical workers that develop and maintain Peak Ltd’s information systems. They are not told what work needs to be done, but are expected to identify problems and solve them as they arise. The order in which jobs are done and how the jobs are done is a decision for each ‘techie’.
The ‘mechanics’ are skilled workers who maintain the fleet of Peak Ltd’s company vehicles. They are provided with the tools they need to perform their jobs and are provided with a list of work that needs doing each day.
The ‘temps’ are unskilled workers who perform a variety of administration roles within the company and are hired on temporary contracts up to six months in duration. They must attend work at a specific office and are required to perform tasks as directed by a manager.
TASK 01Which TWO of the following are consequences of being an employee rather than an independent contractor?A. No deduction of PAYE tax from payments to the worker.B. Obtain certain state benefits like the statutory sick pay.C. Vicarious liability of the employer for actions of the worker is limited.D. Rights as a preferential creditor if the employer goes into liquidation.
TASK 02Select the correct answer.
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