What does the gig economy mean for HR?

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It is estimated that around 1.3 million people are engaged in “gig” work in Great Britain. Over the past two years there has been a lot of uncertainty and confusion over the employment status of those who work in the gig economy. One key question being: is UK employment law now “fit for purpose” to deal with the demands in this new economy? 

In this whitepaper, Croner-i examines key questions regarding employment law and Government proposals for reform. It ends with some advice for employers who wish to use self-employed individuals.

What you'll learn


Croner-i provides resources, guidance, and tools for professionals in a single online platform.

Our Human Resources product is designed to help you manage and recruit your staff, with guides on 170+ topics, time-saving tools like model documents, and a legislation tracker to keep abreast of employment law. 

It’s everything you need to understand your HR responsibilities, put the right policies and procedures in place, and create a brilliant workplace. 

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