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The Key Information Document – A Reminder of Your Responsibilities

The Key Information Document – A Reminder of your Responsibilities Key Information Document Explained Amid the turmoil of the pandemic, on the 6th April 2020, the UK government introduced the Key Information Document (KID) as a part of their Good Work Plan, in an attempt to improve pay transparency for agency workers. This document is …

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The EU Transition

The EU transition: Our amended procedures After 4 + years of negotiation, December 31st 2020 saw the UK leave the European Union. Plenty of businesses have had to adopt new practices, increase administrative efforts and review their operations in response to the departure – and we’re no different. It’s important to note that we have …

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Is talk of a vaccine paving the way for a major contractor bounce-back?

Experts are claiming that the UK Economy could bounce back in as little as six months, thanks to the news of a vaccine breakthrough.Economists have raised hopes that the UK could return to pre-pandemic levels within six months after it was announced by Pfizer and Moderna that major breakthroughs in a COVID-19 vaccine have taken …

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What help are self-employed getting from the Government?

The Government will continue to support the self-employed under new measures announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Sept 24th, 2020. The extension to the Coronavirus Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) is designed to protect people in a similar way to employed workers, although some groups still look set to miss out. The key questions we’re asking are: …

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IR35 Reform

The changes to the off-payroll working rules (IR35) in the private sector has been a lengthy and bumpy one. Regardless of sector resistance, a challenge from the House of Lords, and a delay of a caused by the outbreak of Covid-19, it is looking extremely likely that these changes will proceed on the 6th April …

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