Severe delays to the renewal of London Underground rolling stock were a direct result of the changes to IR35 in the public sector, TfL have confirmed.
IPSE has today (13 September) responded to newly released employment statistics showing the continuing strength of the UK labour market.
It has taken the UK economy a long time to recover the productivity lost following the 2008 Financial Crisis. However, it is important that we continue to question how to boost productivity beyond the existing levels.
To mark Small Business Advice week, IPSE is contributing to the discussion with a series of advice blogs written exclusively with the small business community in mind.
To mark Small Business Advice Week, IPSE will be contributing to the discussion with a series of advice blogs written exclusively with the small business community in mind.
A common misconception of freelance work is that it has to mean a career of working alone. Freelance collaboration is, in fact, increasingly feasible and rewarding.
Today IPSE released our manifesto: A Contract with the Self-Employed.
Getting on and doing business should be simple wherever you choose to live, but poor infrastructure is holding back the self-employed and, ultimately, the UK economy.
IPSE has today (15 March) responded to the employment statistics which illustrated the remarkable continued strength of the UK labour market since the financial crisis.
The number of freelancers working in Greater London has increased by 59 per cent since 2008 according to research published by IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed.