Atypical worker

A generic term for a worker who does not fall into the traditional role of full-time employee ( www.practicallaw.com/1-200-3195) working for a single employer under a contract of service of indefinite length, for example those who work part-time, at home or flexible hours.

For an overview of the more common categories of atypical employees and workers and how they are protected, see Practice note, Atypical workers: overview ( www.practicallaw.com/8-374-3061) .

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