Also known as the “intermediaries legislation”, the Government introduced IR35 legislation to stop what they term as “disguised employment”. This is where employers engage their employees through limited companies, to avoid the need to pay Employer’s National Insurance Contributions, Sick Pay, and Holiday Pay, with the disguised employee also potentially able to benefit from a reduced tax bill.
Business Change and Transformation is a hot topic right now with almost all of our specialist sector clients looking to implement change over the next 12 months.
Many of our contacts are already in the process of hiring the professionals they require to implement planned change for the coming year, meaning the market is more competitive than ever.
We are pleased announce the launch of our second new division this year, focused on Business Change & Transformation recruitment within our speciality sectors.
Cheese supplier Adams Foods and dairy cooperative First Milk are now in a strategic partnership, they have announced.
Robert Goodwill, the roads minister, has been talking about the government’s commitment to an exceptionally large roads investment, and plans for Highways Agency changes – both of which could impact people in road-based logistics jobs.
Collaboration has been described as “key” for supply chain management if disasters such as the Rana Plaza factory collapse are to be avoided.
Thanks to a number of supply chain initiatives, including the use of new voice picking technology, and other cost-reduction schemes, WH Smith says its high street business saved £18 million last year.