Employment Rights of Casual WorkersPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 10 January 2020
Rolanda: Okay, so we've had a lot of case law over the last few months, and sort of workers, employees. So somebody sent a question in this week, and it's probably worth clarifying:
"What are the rights of casual workers in comparison to permanent employees, or to employees."
Seamus: Well, not necessarily a surprising question, because I can understand why there is confusion, although there has been a lot of developments recently in relation to case law and everything else. But it is confusing on something simple for them to try to get understanding of. Essentially, I always look at, you
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