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Recruitment Watch

Issue 19

Editor's Note

In the last edition of Recruitment Watch, we spoke of the unchartered and unpredictable waters in which the Recruitment Services sector found itself. Six months on, the economic situation remains very challenging.

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The Recruitment Services Sector and the IR35 Off-Payroll Working Rules – Where are we now?

The extension to the private sector of the public sector IR35 off-payroll working rules, postponed for a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will go ahead on 6 April 2021.

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Looking forward to…. future equity fundraisings

Unfortunately, with so many sectors of the economy having put recruitment on hold whilst they weather the current storm, it was inevitable that the recruitment sector would be significantly affected by the current economic crisis.

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Innovation in the Recruitment Sector with LaunchPad acquisition by OutMatch

Mishcon de Reya have advised the shareholders of recruitment automation platform, LaunchPad, on its sale to SaaS talent intelligence platform Outmatch.

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Looking forward to…. a new way of working

While the pandemic has put unparalleled pressure on businesses around the world, many employers in the recruitment sector have used it as an opportunity to take stock and positively restructure their businesses, ensuring that they respond to the opportunities for change that the pandemic has created and come out the other side stronger and more competitive.

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Looking forward to…. incentivising employees during COVID-19/ in challenging economic times

Times are tough and many companies are struggling under the weight of cashflow pressures. As a result companies are looking at alternative ways of incentivising their employees to get business back on track and negotiate the new economic climate that COVID-19 has thrown us into.

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