Recruitment Watch

Recruitment Watch

Issue 15
4718Editor's Note

Editor's Note

In this edition of Recruitment Watch, we aim to bring reassurance to the sector by highlighting certain areas fundamental for business growth in almost any economic and political climate.

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1964Weathering uncertainty through technology and growth

Weathering uncertainty through technology and growth

Clear skies forecast for the service industry – when the focus is on technology, cyber security, data and expansion beyond Europe

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1963Settling the Unsettled:  Pre-Settled and Settled Status for EU nationals

Settling the Unsettled: Pre-Settled and Settled Status for EU nationals

With the Prime Minister still looking for a deal with Brussels that will win a majority support in the House of Commons, companies have to prepare for a host of uncertainties.

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1854Cyber Security in the Recruitment Sector

Cyber Security in the Recruitment Sector

Cyber Security expert, Mike Owen, discusses what recruiters need to be aware of when it comes to cyber security, and the policies that should be in place in case of a security breach.

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1958April 2020 Changes to IR35 for the Private and Public Sectors

April 2020 Changes to IR35 for the Private and Public Sectors

As announced in the Budget in October 2018, the 2017 public sector IR35 rules are being extended to the private sector where the ultimate end user client is a large or medium-sized company.

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1895Solving Fee Disputes

Solving Fee Disputes

Managing Associate Elizabeth Fox explains how to resolve fee disputes, and what to do to try and avoid them in the future.

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1947Paying Twice: Agency Worker Rights - Who Pays?

Paying Twice: Agency Worker Rights - Who Pays?

Last month's somewhat controversial decision of the Court of Appeal in London Underground Ltd v Adelaide Amissah and others [2019] EWCA Civ 125, 2019 WL 00659002, highlights the joint responsibility of both hiring businesses and temporary worker agencies to protect agency workers' "Week 12 Rights".

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4113UK Private companies now have their own corporate governance code

UK Private companies now have their own corporate governance code

Just ahead of new reporting obligations taking effect from January, the Financial Reporting Council has published the Wates Corporate Governance Principles for Large Private Companies.

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