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Recruiters push for IR35 reform delay to avoid ‘damaging’ growth

Recruitment firms are pressing for the government to delay introducing private sector IR35 tax changes until 2021, which they say...

Greggs staff may not receive full bonus because of universal credit rules

14 Jan 2020

Some Greggs employees will receive only a fraction of the one-off bonus the bakery chain plans to award them due...

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IR35 review ‘will not change legislation’

9 Jan 2020

The government will not consider changes to legislation as part of its review into new IR35 tax rules, it has...

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2020 employment law: Eight action points for HR

8 Jan 2020

The new year begins with a new government, the prospect of Brexit and a number of employment law developments already...

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IR35: Review into off-payroll working changes launched

7 Jan 2020

The government has launched a review into changes to IR35 off-payroll working rules just three months before their planned introduction...

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Employment experts react to Conservative election win

13 Dec 2019

IR35, pensions, immigration and workers' rights were among the initial areas of concern for specialists reacting to the employment agenda in the wake of the Tory win.

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Top 10 HR questions November 2019: IR35, Christmas parties and PILON

3 Dec 2019

Pending a review announced by chancellor Sajid Javid, reforms to the IR35 rules are due to be extended to the...

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Conservatives would review IR35, claims Sajid Javid

2 Dec 2019

Although not in the manifesto, the chancellor now says the Conservatives would review the IR35 rules ahead of their introduction to the private sector next year.

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HMRC revamps CEST tool ahead of private sector IR35 rules

26 Nov 2019

HM Revenue and Customs has updated its Check Employment Status for Tax (CEST) tool ahead of the introduction of private...

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Conservative manifesto reveals plans to help UK workers ‘flourish’

25 Nov 2019

Boris Johnson has vowed to “invest in Britain’s people by giving them the tools and training to flourish in the 21st century”.

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Doubts arise over Conservative pledge on national insurance threshold

21 Nov 2019

Doubts have arisen over the Conservative pledge to raise the threshold at which national insurance contributions have to paid.

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Parties to pledge support for employers at CBI

18 Nov 2019

Political party leaders will speak to the CBI later today at its annual conference as they try to persuade the...

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IR35 will lead to temp talent drain, survey claims

13 Nov 2019

Three-fifths of employers are concerned they will miss out on temporary talent when the IR35 off-payroll rules are extended to...

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HMRC to reform CEST tool ahead of IR35 changes

23 Oct 2019

HM Revenue and Customs has announced it will make changes to its Check Employment Status for Tax tool, which has...

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Global mobility and HR summit comes to London

23 Oct 2019

London hosts the Forum for Expatriate Management’s 2019 Global Mobility Summit next month with Brexit and immigration high on the...

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