The fallout of the EU referendum has continued to impact hiring rates and the growth of the jobs market in July, according to a new industry report.
The majority of self-employed people in the UK are more likely to rely on their business to fund their retirement than to turn to pensions, according to a new report.
A downturn was seen in the rate of new job creation in the construction sector during July as the industry suffered another month of poor performance.
The jobs market has not yet seen the significant negative impact from Brexit that some commentators had predicted, according to a new report.
The government needs to do more to support the growth of the UK’s fast-expanding gig economy, according to a new report.
The strength of the UK jobs market before the Brexit referendum could be negatively impacted by the skills shortages that are now expected, according to a new report.
UK companies and business owners should prepare for the recent economic and financial turmoil caused by the Brexit vote to continue for another half-year at least.
Confidence levels among freelance workers and self-employed people in the UK has taken a hit in the wake of the country’s decision to leave the European Union.
A new report released by the government has been cited as evidence of the widespread dissatisfaction with planned changes to IR35 regulations.
Freelancers could be facing higher travel costs as a result of the latest increase in the UK’s Consumer Price Index.