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    I'm struggling with my employment law coursework so are many other students, so I thought I'll post this online to get some help
    Here's the questions:
    As the law stands, there are restrictions as to the person’s status as an “employee” (however defined) and as to the length of time for which they have been working, on the ability of a person who carries out work for another person or company to obtain a remedy against that person or company. Critically discuss the extent to which these restrictions are justifiable?

    What would you include and how would you go about answering this question to ace it?

    Any help would be appreciated
 
 
 
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