During the delivery of his statement, George Osborne proudly declared the ongoing decrease of unemployment, directly referring to the increase of the self-employed population now equalling almost 15% of the UK’s entire workforce. Despite this, the 2014 statement had a very small amount of implications for this expanding sector of the workforce. We have listed a handful of the points…
The Chancellor George Osborne delivered his final Autumn Statement of this Parliament amid ongoing economic uncertainty. The key indicators paint an unclear picture. The UK economy is now expected to grow faster in 2014 than any other developed economy including the Eurozone.
Following his presentation at Recruitment Live, in which he described the changing world of work and the corresponding challenges for recruiters, he outlined the importance of choosing a good platform from which to work from a technology point of view, but was keen to emphasise the need to ensure recruiters had the necessary skills to match candidates to clients successfully.
Further to publication of the Onshore Intermediaries Legislation and proposed reporting requirements in early 2014, there appears to be possible confusion amongst some of the Recruitment community with regards to the risks associated with their workers using PSC’s (Limited Companies) as their payment supply models.