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.
The rate of job creation in the construction sector slowed down during June 2016 due to mounting concerns over the potential impact of Brexit.
Small companies and micro businesses have been assured of continued support post-Brexit by a group of small business representative groups.
The business community has called on the government to put a clear plan in place determining how the UK’s exit from the European Union will be handled.
The number of people in the UK moving into self-employment has risen as a result of the government’s New Enterprise Allowance scheme.
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has the potential to provide exciting new opportunities for freelancers and the self-employed – provided that the process is handled carefully.
Organisations representing the recruitment sector have called for steps to be taken to protect the jobs market and talent pipeline following the UK’s decision to exit the EU.
Contractors, freelancers and jobseekers could find work harder to come by in the event of a vote in favour of Brexit, according to the Recruitment & Employment Confederation.
The number of UK professionals who are working for themselves has risen again during the first quarter of 2016.