Promised reviews of IR35 could add to ‘chaotic nature’ of legislation.
Category: Employment Law News
‘I would say 90 per cent of contractors fall within the IR35 rules’: Stephen Ratcliffe, partner at Baker McKenzie law firm
"The concept of employment is incredibly complex."
An office Christmas party hangover can take many forms.
Sajid Javid, Chancellor of the Exchequer has said he would like to review IR35.
The Liberal Democrats have already agreed to review IR35.
The Liberal Democrats in their manifesto have said they will review IR35.
IR35 will be extended to the private sector on the 6th April 2020.
65 per cent of people say a four-day week is not viable.
71 per cent are unaware of the date IR35 will come in to effect.
37 per cent of employers think all groups of the workforce desire flexible working.
Over half of contractors save in to a personal pension as businesses fear losing out on their talent due to IR35
62 per cent of large businesses are worried that IR35 will inhibit contractor talent.
Put an end to IR35 or delay it, IPSE and REC release election manifestos both addressing the legislation
Is time running out to scrap IR35 as 6th April 2020 fast approaches?
Was it fair to fire McDonald's CEO for having a relationship with an employee?
HMRC loses IR35 tribunal case raising concerns over the departments ‘credibility’ regarding the legislation
This is the second IR35 case this week where the contractor has defeated HMRC.
Mr Easterbrook was let go despite being attributed to the company's success.