Unions NSW is considering a test case against Airtasker that could change tax, compensation and labour laws, and shake up the future of work

Richard (*not his real name) has seen the best and the worst of Airtasker, the popular job outsourcing platform.

At the best of times, it has allowed him to work for pay rates comparable to a permanent job and helped build a client base for his thriving business that employs eight staff.

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