Working with Freelancers
Deadline: 21 Mar 2022
Based on our core package of Fair Access Sector Support and tailored specifically for Scotland’s cultural sector, the sessions are designed to empower employers to adopt inclusive and lawful recruitment practices which both support sector growth and develop a more diverse range of talent, strengthening the principles of fair opportunity as part of Scotland’s Fair Work Framework.
Online sessions will take place between February and October 2022, and will be led by Kathryn Willens, our Head of Partnerships in Scotland, alongside our UK-wide team. We’ll also offer 1:1 support and guidance sessions, where we can provide bespoke advice around the topics covered in the wider sessions.
This session will guide employers through the legal boundaries of working with the self-employed, from understanding the definition of a freelancer and the benefits and risks to your business when working with them, to realising what you are responsible for, as the hiring business.
Course / CPD / Summerschool
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Submitted by New Music Scotland
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