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(c) The 'organisational test'

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(c) The 'organisational test'

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(c)     The 'organisational test'

In order to avoid some of the problems of the control test Denning LJ suggested a different approach—often called the 'integration test' or the 'organisational test':

''Under the contract of [employment] a man is employed as part of the business, whereas under a contract for services his work although done for the business is not integrated into it but only accessory to it': Stevenson Jordan and Harrison Ltd v MacDonald and Evans [1952] 1 TLR 101, CA.'

The test has been criticised for being too vague, and there is something in the criticism. Nevertheless, it is submitted, it

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