A taxing time for public sector recruitment

Changes to the new IR35 rules haven’t curbed concerns of its impact to public sector recruitment, with fears of a knee-jerk reaction to the legislation. Colin Cottell reports

The beginning of the tax year is always an anxious time for the recruitment sector. And this year is no different. For those agencies supplying PSC (personal service company) contractors to the public sector, the past few months have been particularly unsettling for payment intermediaries, payroll companies, accountancy services providers and the contractors themselves...

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