Contingent workforce and flexible working continue to be a dominant issue in the current employment landscape. The laws in this area are still evolving, as governments adapt to modern workforce models, which companies are increasingly engaging with in order to help "futureproof" their businesses.

Recognizing this issue, our multipractice team of industry specialists have come together to provide resources that guide organizations through essential considerations and risks that come with these flexible working models and less traditional forms of worker engagement.

This multijurisdictional, interactive map and comparison tool highlights various areas of risk that companies should be considering when engaging contingent workers, covering employment, tax, employee benefits and pensions.

Interactive Contingent Worker Misclassification Risk Comparison Tool

As ways of working and engaging individuals changes, companies must navigate and stay up to date with changing rules as to how these individuals should be treated. This tool seeks to highlight the main issues companies should be aware of across a range of different areas.

The tool is made up of two sections:

  1. The Contingent Worker Misclassification Risk Comparison Tool, which provides high-level information about pensions, wage tax, employment law and employee benefits risks of engaging contingent workers across 27 jurisdictions
  2. The Contingent Worker Misclassification Risk Map, which provides high-level information and risk ratings across 27 jurisdictions

To find out more about the comparison tool and how to use it, click the image below.

Contingent Worker Misclassification Risk Comparison 


Contingent Worker Misclassification Risk Map 

Click on the Contingent Worker Misclassification Risk Map image below to navigate to the interactive map page.

Contingent Worker Misclassification Risk Map

Please note that although the contents on this website is a helpful source of information, we recommend using these materials for reference only, and not as a substitute for obtaining detailed employment and/or tax advice. For professional advice and assistance, please contact your usual Baker McKenzie contact.

 FTSE 100 Executive Remuneration Survey

We are pleased to share our FTSE 100 Executive Remuneration survey reports for the 2020 reporting season, which have been prepared this year in collaboration with Aon.

With 2/3 of the FTSE 100 companies putting their remuneration policies up for approval in 2020, our survey contains helpful guidance on the key changes and new trends in executive remuneration.


Technological advancement, economic pressures and unexpected global events such as the COVID-19 pandemic have all led to a significant increase in appetite for agility and flexibility in workforces.

Traditional employment models are being transformed, with many global organizations moving away from the typical 9-5 office work existence in favor of contingent, temporary, remote, platform-based and crowdworking models. As the use of automation and AI accelerate, in the wake of a global pandemic, there has never been a more critical time for organizations wishing to stay competitive to innovate and revolutionize their working practices.

Visit our FutureWorks site for more information and access additional resources.

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