Category: public sector
Government warned that using agency workers to replace those on strike breaches international labour standards
APSCo: ‘We are surprised by the unexpected move to amend the agency legislation, which will only restrict the impact of workers exercising their rights to strike’.
Dolan Accountancy have been voted runner up in the Best Contractor Accountant Small/Medium category by the readers of ContractorUK.
The APSCo has met with both Her Majesty’s Treasury and Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs to share member concerns around possible changes to IR35 in the private sector.
Three quarters of UK small and medium sized businesses are optimistic that they will be able to access the funding they need to grow their business over the next twelve months.
With the government revealing that the take-up for shared parental leave could be as low as two per cent, the IPSE have highlighted the fact that this option isn’t even available to the self-employed – currently, they can only access maternity allowance, not full maternity pay or shared parental leave.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) have welcomed the government’s comprehensive response to last year’s Matthew Taylor’s review into modern work.
Alien sightings, vertigo and a coffee spillage – HMRC have released a list of the most outrageous excuses people have given for not completing their tax return on time.
Not-for-profit professional trade association PRISM is urging the government to take all options into consideration before making the private sector follow in the same IR35 footsteps as the public sector.