IPSE: “Parties across the political spectrum need to sit up and take note that freelancers and other businesses are still suffering under the weight of Brexit uncertainty.”
IPSE: “Now, as April 2020 approaches, major banks and businesses – vital drivers of the UK economy – are starting to panic at the plans to extend the changes to the private sector.”
With half of the UK workforce expected to be working remotely by 2020, co-working spaces help to combat the loneliness that can come with contracting.
The Liberal Democrat manifesto adopts core IPSE policies to support the self-employed sector.
A third of private sector organisations who regularly engage non-permanent contractors, including temporary workers, are unaware of the reforms to IR35 legislation due to come into effect in April 2020.
The government champions a £1 billion deal with the mobile phone industry to banish rural ‘not-spots’.
The BP Plus Fuel Card guarantees low prices by giving contractors access to the wholesale price for unleaded and diesel fuel at all BP service stations across the UK.