Circa £880 to the subcontractor.
Absolutely. That is correct.
He has, apparently, sought legal advice which has determined that; by the nature of his constant employment for our company over the period, he should be treat as an employee. On the contrary, during the period he also undertook private work for his own clients, but I'm sure that this will not feature within his account to his solicitor.
A mixture of the two really. We all have to work within the hours set by the main contractor as they themselves are in contract and have planning regulations to abide by. Therefore he had to work site hours, but if he worked late to achieve a target on one day, he would not be bound to remain on site the next day... If he achieved a 5 day target in 4, he would not be criticised for having the 5th day off (in theory).
Thank you. Would it help if I were to email across the induction form that the supervisor signed prior to him commencing work?
Hi Alex. I've tried to paste it into the dialogue section but have been unable to, (possibly due to it being in PDF). I could send it via email attachment if you have an address that can be used.
Hi Alex. Thank you for this. I have sent the email and attachment for your attention.