Author: Sophie Lewis
Latest research points to a high number of Brits looking to join the self-employed sector by using their entrepreneurial skills to start up their own business.
The Work and Pensions and BEIS Select Committees have called for ‘clearer statutory definitions of employment’ in a new report.
A new study has revealed worrying data concerning UK job adverts, with every single one of the 76,000+ adverts studied containing gender-biased language.
On Wednesday the 22nd November Philip Hammond delivered his Autumn Budget.
A recent report surveying nearly 5,000 workers and 100 businesses has revealed that the majority believe that more regulations are needed in order to protect UK gig workers.
A one year delay has been announced by the government with regards to the removal of Class 2 National Insurance contributions (NICs) in order to enable consultation on the impact of its abolition on the self-employed on low incomes.
The LITRG have warned that without changes to universal credit for the self-employed, there is a high chance that people will be discouraged from starting up a self-employed career altogether.
A new report has concluded that British businesses and the government need to work together in order to retain the UK labour market’s resilience.