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Increase in zero-hours contracts

Despite controvery, business figures say the contracts encourage flexibility

2 September 2015

Fear, loathing and IR35

Reforms that put employment assessment in the hands of public sector bodies have made this controversial legislation even more of a hot topic

27 July 2017

Public sector loses top talent to IR35 changes

Contractors are quitting the public sector, with 76% of departments losing their top talent

4 September 2017

Flexible Balance

In today’s global economy, a country’s labour market can be a source of competitive advantage. But how flexible should a country strive to be?

31 October 2017

Weekly tax update

Technical updates and notices in the tax world over the last week

24 January 2014

Uber loses employment tribunal appeal

The company lost its appeal to overturn a ruling that will grant its drivers rights including holiday pay and the national minimum wage

10 November 2017

Le Pen pledges tax on hiring foreign workers

French presidential candidate says she will levy national preference tax on foreign job contracts

3 February 2017

How accountancy firms can prepare for Brexit

Chaman Salhan explores for options for business after Britain's departure from the EU

7 December 2016

Taylor Review more radical than expected on tax reform

The report into modern working practices proposes wide-ranging changes. Graham Farquhar examines the key points

11 July 2017

Discrimination claims decline

Number of workers taking employers to court drops following fees introduction

4 November 2016

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