Recruitment Watch

Recruitment Watch

Issue 5
Stealing Company Data Results in Criminal Record

Stealing Company Data Results in Criminal Record

The recent conviction of Mark Lloyd brings a clear warning to departing employees - taking customer lists to your new job could land you with a criminal record.

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Accelerated Payment Notices: how might it impact upon you?

IR35 Consultation Document Published

In our March 2016 issue of Recruitment Watch, we reported on the changes to the IR35 tax legislation proposed in the Budget and the potential impact of these changes on the recruitment industry

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Government consultation: are restrictive covenants a barrier to innovation?

Government call for evidence: are restrictive covenants a barrier to innovation?

Are your employees signed up to restrictive covenants preventing them from competing when they leave you? Have you ever had difficulty employing someone because of their restrictive covenants with a previous employer? Have you ever been involved in a restrictive covenant dispute?

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Recent Amendments to the Conduct Regulations

Recent Amendments to the Conduct Regulations

The recent changes and proposed changes to tax legislation affecting the recruitment industry have attracted media attention, allowing May's less newsworthy amendments to the regulations which govern the conduct of the private recruitment industry to slip under the radar.

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