According to the IPSE, umbrella contractors in the UK are losing 5 thousand pounds a year because of unpaid work.
As we are all aware, the UK voting to leave the European Union had a massive effect on the economy, not to mention the value of the Pound Sterling.
Want to become a more successful umbrella contractor? Maybe you should start running a few marathons!
The contracting landscape has changed over the years, with freelancers and umbrella company contractors now needing to be more skilled than ever.
When it comes to the number of traditional permanent employees working for SMEs in the UK, nearly 1 out of 4 wish they were self-employed.
A new research study conducted on behalf of NatWest found that a sizable proportion of Welsh would love to delve into freelancing or contract work.
New research from the FSB says that small firms need experienced individuals in leadership roles – a clarion call for self-employed management types.
A new round of hiring on freelancers, contractors, and umbrella workers is in the cards for the UK according to the newest research study.
The UK’s economic growth is simply barreling along – and the contributions of freelancers and umbrella company contractors has been helping.
A new research survey has found that interim workers like freelancers and umbrella company contractors often receive better pay than permanent workers.
The vice chancellor of the University of Cumbria says that it’s an all hands on deck situation to combat the region’s STEM skill shortage.
The Association of Professional Staffing Companies says the plans in the new Budget to provide relief to umbrella company contractors could be a positive step.
If you’re an umbrella company contractor, freelancer or any other type of sole trader, HMRC wants to hear from you about how it can make itself better.
New data from APSCo say that the skills shortage has begun to have a discernible negative impact on the engineering contracting community.
In news that falls under the ‘tell us something we don’t already know’ category, it’s believed employers will see worker flexibility as an asset in the future.
One of the biggest advantages contractors have is their flexibility, and a new research study has just offered up even more proof of flexibility’s importance.