Helping you understand your legal rights and responsibilities

There is a wide range of employment law and other legislation that may affect interim managers and organisations that use their services. This guide from Alium is designed to help you understand those laws and, crucially, how to abide by them.

Legislation relating to employment business and the taxation of income deriving from these activities is becoming ever more complex, driven both by UK and EU law, and both interim managers and those engaging their services need to be aware of the key laws that can impact on interim assignments.

Broadly, these laws seek to protect individuals, ensure fair competition and regulate business practice. In each case, the most important step is to make sure you know what laws apply to you, and if you are in any doubt, seek professional advice.

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The contents of the legislation summaries set out in this section are intended for general information purposes only and shall not be deemed to be or constitute legal advice. The summaries represent our understanding of the law as at November 14th 2007 and are subject to change at any time. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of these legislation summaries.

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