My thoughts on the 2023 Spring Budget? The words ‘damp squib’ come to mind. It wasn’t of interest to the vast majority of temporary workers,
The contractor and freelancer industry has been dealt a blow by the government, as it abandons plans to introduce the Single Enforcement Body (SEB)
Establishing a new single enforcement body for employment rights – a step closer to regulation in our sector says the FCSA
FCSA welcomes set up of single enforcement body to protect vulnerable workers and says it’s a step closer to regulation in our sector.
Employment Bill missing from Queen’s Speech raising sector-wide concerns about the government’s commitment to enforcing much-needed legislation in the sector.
FCSA CEO Phil Pluck comments on the Government’s response to the Economic Affairs Finance Sub-Committee inquiry on off-payroll reforms
FCSA CEO Phil Pluck comments on the Government’s failure to take into consideration recommendations by the House of Lords and Taylor Report in respect of the imminent off-payroll reforms and timing of implementation with the UK’s looming recession.
FCSA Chief Executive, Julia Kermode responds to the government’s summer economic update in which the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak announces a stimulus package to kickstart the UK economy.:
FCSA disappointed that a delay to off-payroll reforms was dismissed at yesterday’s Finance Bill reading despite credible MPs support and damming report from House of Lords.
Government continues to stall on providing absolute clarity on CJRS furlough pay calculation at the expense of 625k umbrella employees and agency workers. FCSA says, we need answers NOW.
There has continued to be much discussion this week regarding the interaction of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and umbrella employers. However, many are
Today, February 27, 2020, HMRC published its review of off-payroll implementation, legislation which is due to come into effect this April. Read Julia Kermode’s response