$165.00

In this webinar, partner Fletch Heinemann will break down the relevant legislation that deems particular individuals (and in some cases, entities) to be employees when they are not.

The risk that we often see is employers or their advisers missing, or misapplying, the deeming provisions, which can have severe consequences if the error is extrapolated across a contractor base. And, in some cases, directors are personally liable.

[Running time: 1 hr 30 mins]

Description

We know employers have multiple obligations with respect to their employees: PAYG withholding, superannuation contributions, payroll tax and WorkCover.

There is a common law test for employees, which applies to all of these obligations. However, each piece of the relevant legislation then deems particular individuals (and in some cases, entities) to be employees when they are not.

The risk that we often see is employers or their advisers missing, or misapplying, the deeming provisions. This can have severe consequences if the error is extrapolated across a contractor base. And, in some cases, directors are personally liable.

In this webinar, we work through case studies to help you identify:

  • who are employees at common law
  • the factors the recent cases have focused on when considering whether individuals are employees or contractors
  • when individuals are deemed to be employees for superannuation guarantee charge purposes
  • when individuals and entities are deemed to be employees for payroll tax purposes under the relevant contractor and employment agent provisions
  • when individuals are deemed to be employees for WorkCover purposes.

Who will benefit from this webinar?

This webinar is highly recommended for:

  • accountants
  • financial planners
  • HR professionals
  • senior executives
  • business owners
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