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Citizens Advice, myself and John believe he is self emplyed as the company pay his tax and he works eclusivly for the company as the boss has made it very clear they are not to do other work
Sorry, my mistake, is is employed and NOT self employed. He was also never given a contract
so really what you are saying, (regardless of the four years he has worked for that company, and that he gets a payslip showing his tax national insurance is paid) is that he just has to put up with it. there are six employess where he works and three are on the books and in fact do the same work as him but usually with less hours. This seems incredibly unfair and I thought there would be more he could do to change this situation. It seems his boss holds all the cards!
Ok, I see what you are saying. How then is the best definative way to show he is an employee,(would that be throught the link you have provided?) and once we have done that what would you thinl would be the best way to approach things? In the past John has tried to talk to his boss but he is not at all approacable so John is now extremely reluctant to approach him again
ok, thank you for your advice. when I speak to John tomorrow am I able to ask you another question if one arises without having to pay again? If so how do I do that?
how many days do I have to speak to you?
That's great, many thanks for now. Kerry