Category: recruiters

Flexi-time and remote working increases productively

Business owners might be interested to learn that recent research has revealed the benefits of providing flexi-time and remote working for employees.

The Criminal Finances Act 2017 and What it means for Recruitment Agencies

The new Criminal Finances Act was announced in April 2017, and came into force on 30th September. This makes partnerships or limited companies ‘criminally liable’ if they do not prevent their staff, suppliers and clients – or any other ‘external agent’ within the supply chain – from carrying out tax evasion.

Continuing strength of UK labour market fuelled by growing contractor numbers

With the recent employment figures having been released, the IPSE believe that growing self-employed numbers are helping the labour market to thrive.

UK businesses increasingly turning to recruitment agencies

Experts reveal that UK businesses are relying more on recruitment agencies as a direct result of increased demand for staff.

More UK businesses need to take advantage of R&D tax credits

UK businesses must ensure that they are taking full advantage of claiming R&D tax credits.

Businesses need to prepare for 2 Step Verification

UK businesses need to ensure that they’re ready for 2 Step Verification (2SV), set to come into play at the end of September 2017.

Dolan Accountancy Launch

The business, which began with a £10 shop window advert in 1992 grew to become the UK’s largest specialist firm of contractor accountants and was the only UK top 25 accounting firm to be owned by an individual rather than a partnership. Simon sold the successful business three years ago for over £80million.

Improved business performance found across recruitment firms

The NPAworldwide’s twice annual business barometer survey has revealed that 47% of the 500 recruitment firms questioned have reported encouraging business performance results over the last six months. Other findings show that 75% of those surveyed reported business performance as being either on the expected level or above in the last 90 days and as Read More…