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Taylor Review Recommends New Dependent Contractor Status

The government’s Taylor Review (published July 11th) laid out a host of recommendations for employment law. A new dependent contractor status,... Read more

How can businesses attract more women to contracting roles?

Whether it is the view that men are more suited to construction and engineering roles or women are better at admin, gender stereotypes have persisted... Read more

The Flexible Workforce and Brookson

The flexible workforce and how they’ll be affected by Brexit

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union is sure to have a significant impact on both temporary and full-time workers, but the true... Read more

Brexit EU

Brexit – The effect of Article 50 on the recruitment industry

Brexit is set to have an enormous impact on the recruitment sector, with many companies left uncertain over how leaving the EU will affect their... Read more

IR35 Reform

HMRC made available the draft legislation regarding how changes to IR35 will be applied to public sector engagements in December 2016 following the... Read more

62% rise in number of locum doctors in hospitals in five years

The use of locum doctors in hospitals has increased by 62% over the last six years as hospitals struggle with staffing shortages and doctors... Read more

Autumn Statement 2016

Autumn Statement Key Outputs The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has today presented his first Autumn Statement to Parliament. The... Read more

Autumn Statement 2016: Contractors’ Wishlist

With only a week to go until Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement we wait with bated breath to see what the new chancellor will announce on... Read more

North-South pay gap for engineers narrowing as automotive sector booms

The pay divide between engineers in the North and the South of the country has narrowed since the financial crisis, according to an analysis by... Read more

Brookson Economic Outlook 2016: The Economy is Continuing to Improve

Back in early 2015, we looked at the overall UK economy and a few of the specific key sectors in which our customers provide their services to try to... Read more

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