Contingent worker supply chains: hidden tax, worker misclassification and compliance risks


Businesses across all sectors are at heightened risk of significant financial liability and reputational damage in relation to the use of contingent workers in their supply chains.  If your organisation uses contractors, agency workers, consultants, freelancers, gig workers or CIS subcontractors, you need to be aware of possible tax and employment law non-compliance - in certain cases, risk and liability can transfer along the supply chain to end users. End users may also bear the brunt of any bad publicity in their supply chain. With tax authorities actively targeting unlawful tax avoidance and worker misclassification, we will help you identify and mitigate the risks to your business.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • What are the legal risks (incl. IR35, agency tax legislation, CFA, worker misclassification, NMW) and why this is particularly relevant in supply chains right now?
  • What are the sanctions (including examples of recent cases)?
  • Germany: worker misclassification risk and concept of "chain" liability 

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