European Employment Law Cases

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2016/30 Members of a Board of Directors are ‘individual contractors’, not self-employed ‘entrepreneurs’ (PL)

Keywords Employment status
Authors Marcin Wujczyk Ph.D.
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Marcin Wujczyk Ph.D.
Marcin Wujczyk, Ph.D., is a partner with Ksiazek & Bigaj in Krakow, www.ksiazeklegal.pl.
  • Abstract

      The Supreme Court in this case establishes conditions to be met in order for the member of a Board of Directors to qualify as a self-employed “entrepreneur”. In light of these conditions, Directors must be considered to have the status of “individual contractor”, obligating them to pay increased social security contributions.

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