Astute recruitment businesses can use the current slow-down to get ready for the next big wave of work, taking the opportunity to review key contracts and documents, internal policies and to undertake data cleansing exercises.
Agency workers may find themselves supplied to a sole client of their agency over several years. But are they still considered to be agency workers under the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 when they are supplied long-term to a single client?
During the lockdown period we have noticed a steady increase in instructions from recruitment agencies recovering placement fees for candidates introduced and potential liabilities of employment businesses due to inadequate contractual terms.
Recruitment businesses who terminate the employment of their staff in the future will need to be aware that changes are due to take place from 6th April 2020 as far as the treatment of National Insurance Contributions (NICs) are concerned.
The High Court of Justice in Berry Recruitment Limited v Brooke Donovan (2018) reviewed the grounds upon which the court was prepared to grant an interim injunction to prevent an employee from breaching...
The NHS has revised its decision to put all contractors working through an intermediary, such as a personal service company (PSC), onto the payroll following the recent changes to IR35 in the public sector.
In just under 12 months' time, on 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. The GDPR will make massive changes to UK data protection laws. How will your recruitment business be affected?