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    Currently struggling getting to grips with employment law and employee status and am having trouble with this question. Can anyone give me any pointers about how to get about answering this. Any help gratefully received

    Which criteria might the courts/tribunals apply in order to determine whether or not N. is under a contract of service in each of the following situations?

    (a)​N. is a nurse working full-time in a N.H.S. hospital ​

    (b)​N. is a nurse working full-time in a private nursing home

    (c)​N. is engaged as nurse to a patient in the patient's own home where N. is provided with living accommodation ​

    (d)​N. is engaged to call at P's home to perform nursing duties during agreed hours

    ​(e)​N's name is registered with a Nursing Agency. The Agency responds to requests from various hospitals and individuals by providing nurses from its register to be assigned to various nursing appointments
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    Look, in particular, at the case of "Ready mixed concrete v minister of pensions". Also look at the control and economic reality tests.
 
 
 
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