Today IPSE released our manifesto: A Contract with the Self-Employed.
A statutory definition of self-employment must be created to end confusion and ensure working for yourself is viewed as a positive, valuable way of working, IPSE called for in its official submission to the Taylor Review of modern employment practices.
The Scottish Government has asked for input on a review about the collaborative platforms and the gig economy.
IPSE would like to welcome its new Consultative Council (CC) made up of members of the association.
Twelve members put themselves forward for the twelve vacancies on the council and as a result, no ballot was needed.
Driven by Brexit and government policy, the confidence of the UK’s two million freelancers has fallen to the second lowest level on record, according to research conducted by IPSE.
IPSE is delighted to announce a first of its kind partnership that means UK drivers using the Uber app will now be able to access a range of IPSE membership benefits, including illness and injury cover.
IPSE has today (12 April) responded to newly released employment statistics showing the continuing strength of the UK labour market since the financial crisis.
IPSE is pleased to announce a new partnership with the award-winning LHS Solicitors LLP. Working with them, IPSE is now able to offer members a 25 per cent discount on LHS’s elXtr business platform.
IPSE is delighted to announce the 10 finalists for the Inspire Freelancer of the Year Award 2017. The award is for those aged 24 and over: