Category: Contractors

AAT responds to Conservative Party’s victory

AAT: ‘With the canvassing, polling and counting now behind us, it’s time for the work to restart again.’

Loan charge tax return demand ‘unhelpful’, says LITRG

LITRG: “The delay in publishing the review findings, although inevitable given the general election, is causing additional uncertainty for those in the loan charge settlement process.”

FSB respond to Labour Party’s SME pledges

Labour plans to launch ’20 pledges to business’ to help smaller sized firms and rejuvenate Britain’s high streets.

Number of ‘Green Cut’ workers on the rise

A rising interest in climate change among the UK population has now reached such a level that the desire to take action is impacting careers.

Employment among people with disabilities rising

REC: ‘The employment gap falling over the last six years is good news. It shows that employers are moving from good intentions to making a tangible difference on the disability and wider inclusion agenda.’

Over half of Brits plan to change jobs in the next year

UK businesses could lose up to £195 million a day, as half of Brits have said that they’re planning to change their job role within the next 12 months.

Employers urged to address engineering skills gap caused by retirement

WR Engineering: ‘With an ageing workforce meaning hundreds of thousands of engineering roles will need replacing, companies must do their utmost to encourage young people to become engineers and skilled technicians.’

Labour party plan to end £2.5 billion late payment crises

FSB: ‘“It’s very positive to see the Labour party putting late payments and business rates at the top of its business agenda.’