Skilled professionals are likely to be in high demand in 2017 due to the widespread candidate shortages that many businesses are currently expecting.
Freelancers and self-employed people still perceive umbrella employment as a viable and attractive prospect, despite the impact of recent changes to travel and subsistence tax relief.
The upward trend for self-employment numbers during 2016 has continued during the three months to November, according to new official data.
Late payments continue to have a severe financial impact on the UK’s small businesses and self-employed people, according to a new study.
A new recruitment industry report has shown the significant value added to the UK economy by temporary and contract-based employment during 2015/16.
Self-employed construction workers are receiving very little on-the-job training compared to employees, according to a new report.
The abolition of class 2 National Insurance contributions from April 2018 may have a negative impact on low-earning self-employed people, according to the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group.
The government’s changes to its IR35 regulations are unlikely to prevent the controversial legislation from having a negative impact on the UK’s freelance workforce, according to the Association of Professional Staffing Companies.
The growth of the UK jobs market continued in November 2016, with the number of permanent and temporary placements both increasing during the month.
Recent construction sector jobs growth continued in November 2016 thanks to the ongoing rebound the industry experienced during the month.