Let's bypass the legal lingo and get right to the point. What do contracts actually do in the everyday running of a business? What happens in typical business situations when a contract isn't in place? Are they really worth the money? Find out all of this and more by tuning in to Jessica Kinny’s guest appearance on The Oyster.
Contracting (and freelancing) have recently emerged as a growing alternative to the traditional employment relationship. It makes perfect sense to hire a contractor to get a particular job done, and there are plenty of reasons why a business may do so. However, there are risks in engaging a contractor - especially if that 'contractor' is in fact your employee at law. Click here to find out if your contractors are really employees and what it means for your business.
These days, many businesses rely on their website to generate leads, engage with current clients (eg by publishing blogs and free resources) and develop a recognisable brand. Now, more than ever, businesses need comprehensive, top-quality website terms and conditions to ensure that they receive all the benefits from their website presence while managing their risk exposure.