Recruiters warned of need to prepare for possible IR35 extension

Recruiters have been urged not to “sit on their hands” and get on with preparing for the possible extension of off-payroll working rules into the private sector.

With the government’s consultation into the extension of these rules into the private sector closing today, Recruiter spoke to agency leaders to find out what preparations, if any, they are making in case government follows through with its...

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