“Employers will welcome this further guidance on how the Government scheme is to operate.”
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The Chancellor has been under mounting pressure to make this move.
Employers must make it clear that this sort of behaviour is unacceptable.
IBM joins growing list of companies to ban hiring of contractors due to IR35.
“The review appears to dash any hopes of a change to the implementation date.”
‘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.”
A no-deal Brexit could push the budget back by a few weeks.
1.4 million female employees are not eligible for SSP.
Mark Botha: The apprenticeship levy has its problems, but it would be wrong to decide that it has failed
“The apprenticeship levy is a step in the right direction.”
Tracey Guest: Government proposals could lead to charities facing employment tribunal claims from volunteers
20.1 million people in the UK volunteered between 2017 and 2018.
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