After launching a successful pop-up experience in London earlier in the year, the LinkedIn pub is doing the rounds again.
Many self-employed workers are blaming the government’s fiscal policy for the reason behind a drop in earnings.
With the IR35 consultation closing at the end of May, research covering the legislation has revealed worrying results.
The significant rise in highly-skilled female contractors over the last decade has taken the number of senior-level women contracting in the UK to 863,000.
As many as 72.4% of Brits reply to work-related emails or make work-related calls during their free time.
Although it isn’t impossible, many self-employed workers can find it more difficult to obtain a mortgage.
Contractors are continuing to thrive, despite the current political turmoil that the UK is experiencing.
On IR35, Engage states: “The simple fact is, lengthy, broken and siloed data collection and storage processes make it unnecessarily difficult to correctly define a workers employment status quickly”.