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MID – TRIMESTER ASSIGNMENT QUESTION (20%) 商法essay代写
The legal distinction between the relationship of employer and employee is often difficult to assess. Up until very recently, Australian legal authorities had held that a ‘multi-factorial’ or ‘multi-indicia’ approach was required to determine whether a person was engaged as an independent contractor or as an employee. The distinction is important for those in business as those workers classified as employees enjoy many more rights and protections under the law than those determined to be independent contractors.
Earlier this year, the Australian High Court handed down two decisions on this area. Those decisions were:
- Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union & Anor v Personnel Contracting Pty Ltd  HCA 1; and
ZG Operations Australia Pty Ltd & Anor v Jamesek & Ors  HCA 2
Explain the significance of these two decisions on how the courts now assess whether a worker is an ‘employee’ or ‘independent contractor’ and what (if anything) should businesses now do to better ensure the intended relationship with a worker is recognised at law? 商法essay代写