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    Quote Originally Posted by Dranzer View Post
    The work i do is all based on my laptop (given to me by the company)

    All systems/softwares and programmes are on the laptop.... i take the laptop home with me everyday; i actually dont need to really be in the office if im completely honest.

    Im not saying i want to WFH everyday; but as and when i see fit, i want to text/email the line manager and inform him ‘ill be wfh’ with no issues whatsoever.....

    Im a ltd company

    Day rate contractor

    Through an agency (not an umbrella company)

    The issue here is i want to know exactly what the issue is/outset regulation within the company and through hmrc so that i can construct an email to the company themselves).
    Cojak has already told you there is no law/regulation/HMRC thing that is causing this.

    The client want you on site, end of story.

    Yes they can do this.

    No you cannot MAKE them let you WFH, regardless of how fair you think this is, or silly it is with modern day technology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmo21 View Post
    Cojak has already told you there is no law/regulation/HMRC thing that is causing this.

    The client want you on site, end of story.

    Yes they can do this.

    No you cannot MAKE them let you WFH, regardless of how fair you think this is, or silly it is with modern day technology.
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    This has been answered.

    Thread closed.
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