Welcome to our 2015 FCSA year in review – a collection of highlights and some of our great achievements. It was an outstanding year for our professional employment services trade association by any measure and we’re extremely grateful to our
Government legislation to deny Travel & Subsistence tax relief for contractors and freelancers will have a significant impact on British business and the very many companies which rely on the flexible workforce for its expertise and skills. This warning is
A forthcoming Immigration Bill, which is to be implemented during Autumn 2015, will affect illegal workers, as they may face a prison sentence of up to six months, as well as have their wages confiscated by the police and face deportation.
Our CEO, Julia Kermode, shares her blog post published on linkedin: Last week I shared a platform with HMRC representatives and IPSE to discuss, debate and share our combined thoughts on the potential impact of the pending Intermediaries Travel &
This blog post was originally published in HR News. Julia Kermode, CEO of FCSA, discusses the role of flexible workers and the contribution they make to the UK workforce: “Most politicians wax lyrical about the value of the flexible workforce. The
Let’s go back twenty years to the ‘90s when the air was thick with rumours that the traditional workplace was soon to be a thing of the past. Hot desking was about to replace offices and workers would reject jobs
Interestingly, the Labour party has started saying it must reach out to self-employed, with their “Red Shift” group believing the party is doomed to failure unless it adapts to the new world of working people. They have acknowledged that the