External worker classification key for your talent strategy!

The classification of workers in today’s ever-changing employment landscape is no easy task. It can often be difficult to identify the difference between the legal classification of a sole trader and a gig or an independent worker, for example. Knowing who in the supply chain is responsible for what when it comes to determining the status of each worker for tax and employment regulations is also no easy task.

As Georgina Jones – Workforce Optimisation Lead at the Co-op and the inspiration behind the creation of this guide – explained recently:

“Worker classification is an important but often complex issue. Working with TalentIn & APSCo OutSource has been extremely helpful to us as we begin our journey to demystifying and enhancing our understanding of the broad range of worker engagement models.” 

In order to help demystify worker classification in the UK, TalentIn and  APSCo OutSource have developed a free downloadable guide for those involved in the supply of talent. If you need any further information or support please contact us .

Dugald MacIntosh - TalentInAbout the author
Dugald McIntosh is a Managing Partner at TalentIn and head of TalentIn’s UK office. Dugald is an expert in the design of local and multi-country workforce solutions and former Executive with world leading resourcing outsource providers.

TalentIn has extensive national and international experience in developing and improving strategies for the recruitment of your permanent and temporary staff. We know how these programmes can be designed and implemented successfully. We advise, but can also provide practical support. Are you interested? Please contact us for an appointment without obligation via www.talentin.co.uk, info@talentin.co.uk or +44 1172 050 334

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