Matthew Taylor was in the national spotlight on Tuesday, appearing on TV, radio and in print to discuss a review commissioned by Prime Minister Theresa May to investigate modern employment practices.
IPSE has responded to the ONS employment figures out today (15 February), which showed self-employment rising by 125,000 to 4.8 million in the three months to December 2016.
IPSE has responded to comments made by Employment Review chair Matthew Taylor, who highlighted the need to distinguish between vulnerable and career freelancers.
IPSE has responded to an IFS report suggesting the self-employed benefit from an unfair tax advantage over their counterparts in employment.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has responded to the Bank of England’s decision to maintain interest rates at their current level of 0.25 per cent.
Government’s much trumpeted Industrial Strategy was finally published this week. At 132 pages, nobody could label their plans as anything less than wide-ranging.
IPSE welcomes today’s (Monday 23 January) report from the Women and Work All Parliamentary Group (APPG), Women Returners Annual Report 2016.
Support needed for self-employed mums
Look back at IPSE’s work and achievements in 2016 with our year in review. Inside you can read about our policy successes, landmark research and events.
You can read all about IPSE’s first Policy Conference, National Freelancers Day and the IPSE Freelancer of the year awards.
IPSE has today (Tuesday 17 January) reacted to the UK's Consumer Price Index, which rose to 1.6% in December.
Better pension provision, maternity allowance and research into the self-employed were called for by IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, in its response to the parliamentary Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee inquiry into ‘the