Watch out Recruiters! You’re in the firing line.
As a key player in a recruitment business, you could be forgiven for feeling like the latest go-to political scapegoat.
Legislation has already targeted your sector. New legislation is set to continue and further expand that trend.
This isn’t the time to close your eyes and look the other way. Arm yourself with information. Come to one of our seminars in the next few weeks. Stack your business’s arsenal in one easy hit.
~ From October (that’s this weekend!) the powerful new Gangmaster and Labour Abuse Authority will come into being with enforcement powers beyond the current licensed sectors. We’ll look at the plans and highlight our concerns.
~UBER, Deliveroo and Hermes have made headlines with challenges to how they engage with the people who provide their services. We’ll look at what all this means for you, the recruiters, and how you supply your clients.
~ T&S. Picking up where our popular January seminars left off, we’ll look at the impact of April 2016’s changes. What expenses are allowed? What are the current models and how ‘safe’ are they? What works…and what doesn’t?
~ MSCs. Learn how the Managed Service Company and debt transfer provisions have been brought into play against the payroll provider, via a broad interpretation of the word ‘involvement’ in a recent case.
~ IR35, off-payroll working in the public sector. What do we know about the Government’s proposals and what is likely to happen? What will these changes mean for your recruitment business or umbrella company? What is ‘the public sector’? Is this a testing ground for a wider application of this principle?
~ Why is HMRC’s new accelerated payment regime a game-changer for those on the receiving end of a challenge?
~ We’ll look at HMRC’s current approach to the use of flat rate VAT schemes and the impact of their increased scrutiny in various sectors. We’ll also look at specific concerns raised by the Road Haulage Association around false self-employment and tax evasion in their sector. Is HMRC watching you?
~Apprenticeship Levy. We’ll help you to understand what this means and how it may impact on you and your clients. What will your clients expect from you? What can you do to ensure you achieve some value from the levy.
Don’t miss out on this essential seminar with expert speakers Simon Whitehead of HRC Law and Sue Ollerenshaw of Efficient Employment Tax Solutions Limited. Book online via Eventbrite (whose booking fee applies) using the links below. Discounts are available for TEAM members and Chrome HR customers (please select the appropriate ticket type when making your booking).
Manchester (#1), next Tuesday, 4 October 2016, at our new offices in Central Manchester. Click here for more information and to book. *Places are now limited for this seminar.
East Midlands/Birmingham, 11 October 2016, at the Hilton East Midlands Airport Hotel, just off the M1. Click here for more information and to book.
London, 13 October 2016, Russell Square, Central London. Click here for more information and to book.
Manchester (#2), 18 October, at our new offices in Central Manchester. Click here for more information and to book.
If you can’t make one of the above seminars, please do:
- keep an eye out for our forthcoming bulletin on the Immigration Act 2016 (which deals with much more than immigration); and
- remember that HRC Law’s recruitment experts are only a phone call away if you need our help with anything.