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What does casual or irregular work mean in United Kingdom?

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What does casual or irregular work mean in United Kingdom?

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    If someone does casual or irregular work for a business and most of the statements below apply to them, it’s likely they’re a worker: . they occasionally do work for a specific business . the business doesn’t have to offer them work and they don’t have to accept it – they only work when they want to . their contract with the business uses terms like ‘casual’, ‘freelance’, ‘zero hours’, ‘as required’ or something similar . they had to agree with the business’s terms and conditions to get work (either verbally or in writing) . they are under the supervision or control of a manager or director . they can’t send someone else to do their work . the business deducts tax and National Insurance contributions from their wages . the business provides materials, tools or equipment they need to do the work

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