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.
A large number of British people are seeking to start their own businesses over the next 12 months.
The latest government data has shown a further increase in the number of people opting to work for themselves.
Organisations representing the employment sector have called on new prime minister Theresa May to take the necessary steps to ensure workers and businesses remain empowered and prosperous in post-Brexit Britain.
The government has released new figures showcasing the impressive growth of creative industry jobs over the last few years.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed has highlighted the key role freelancers and contractors are likely to play in supporting the UK’s economic health following the recent Brexit vote.
Uncertainty caused by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union has had a negative impact on UK hiring trends, according to a new report.