New measures designed to eradicate false self-employment come into force on 6th April 2014, and the impact on the UK recruitment industry looks set to be huge. The aim of the onshore employment intermediaries legislation is to address the problem … Continue reading
George Osborne has delivered his fifth Budget, and commentators across the land are giving their verdict and analysing the winners and losers.
The legislative landscape in the recruitment industry rarely stands still, and 2014 will present agencies with several fresh compliance hurdles to climb.
Government measures designed to tackle ‘false self-employment’ in blue-collar sectors such as construction look set to become law on 6th April 2014.
Offshore umbrella companies are in the news again, after the government published fresh details of its forthcoming legislative crackdown. The Offshore Employment Intermediaries legislation, due to come into force in April 2014, seeks to close a tax loophole whereby the … Continue reading
Employment services provider Parasol has hailed news of a tax break for shale gas companies as a major boost for specialist recruiters and contractors working in the fledgling industry.
As policymakers seek to ensure Britain isn’t left behind in the ‘global race’ of the 21 st century, the question of how we prepare our young people for the world of work is making headlines.
If you’re anything like us, you’ll have heard and read a lot recently about the need for British businesses to become more efficient.
Employment services provider Parasol has invested £100,000 in a cutting-edge online portal designed to save its recruitment industry partners time and money.
The results of our latest recruiter survey are in, and as usual they make for interesting reading.