Confidence levels among small businesses across the UK have dipped into negative territory due to the uncertainty caused by the results of June’s EU membership referendum.
A new study has demonstrated that people who work for themselves are generally happier with their working lives than those in more traditional forms of employment.
New industry data has further underlined the resilient performance of the UK jobs market since the country’s vote to leave the European Union.
Contractors are largely opposed to any efforts by the public sector to bring them on to the payroll as part of HM Revenue & Customs’ new intermediaries legislation.
The need for skilled workers among UK businesses remains strong, despite a post-Brexit referendum decline in confidence levels.
People running their own businesses may be overworking themselves and going too long without taking time off, according to a new study.
The Recruitment & Employment Confederation has welcomed the recent positive momentum of the UK jobs market, while calling for the government to take the necessary steps to maintain this progress.
The recent rise in the number of people working for themselves in the UK has continued during July, according to the latest government data.
The government has announced new measures to support the Prompt Payment Code in order to further crack down on the harmful effects late payments can have on businesses.
UK entrepreneurs and small business owners have been reminded of the potential financial impact of forgetting to deposit their cheques.