HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Tags: The Budget
“The legislation is there to close a tax loop hole.”
However, no mention of IR35 during the Chancellor’s speech.
Parents of premature babies will be able to claim an extra £160 a week.
“HMRC is keen to provide as much information to businesses and contractors as possible.”
The “big four banks” in the UK have decided to stop using contractors.
A no-deal Brexit could push the budget back by a few weeks.
Independent professionals are confident in the economy and their own business, according to a new report by IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed.
Following the Budget, a survey from the UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library, confirms that planned investment in Northern transport and regional Oyster-style card will drastically increase the number of accessible, skilled workers to the North.
Cameron has today announced plans to end the gender pay gap within a generation by making big businesses publish their pay gap.
Skills shortages could hinder growth in the UK, CBI warns. The government announcement of apprenticeship levys, would encourage more businesses into apprenticeship programmes but greater reforms are needed.