Creating a new legal definition for self-employment and implementing tax laws and Brexit terms that are favourable to freelancers have been identified as key priorities for the next government by the UK’s self-employed.
Freelancers and contractors could see a rise in the number of opportunities available to them in the coming months, according to the latest report from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation.
Self-employed people and small business owners have been reminded of the need to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves against cyber attacks in the wake of the recent disruptions that hit the NHS.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed has made a formal recommendation for the next government of the UK to introduce a statutory definition of self-employment.
Freelancers and self-employed workers are losing significant amounts of time due to the difficulties of managing their own finances, according to a new study.
The government has once again been called upon to provide an updated legal definition of self-employment in order to prevent companies from taking advantage of the current system to exploit workers.
The recent strong growth of the jobs market may not persist in the coming years, according to new economic analysis.
Confidence levels among British freelancers have seen a sharp decline during the first quarter of 2017, according to a new industry report.
The Federation of Small Businesses has called on all the political parties contesting the June 2017 general election to pledge their support for self-employed workers.
Rates of temporary hiring rose to their highest levels all year during April, although the overall picture for the jobs market showed some less positive trends.