Contractors look to switch to perm roles finds research by Interim Partners

Around one in five contractors are now looking for permanent roles ahead of the extension of off-payroll rules into the private sector from next month.

Survey findings, released this morning by Interim Partners, finds 19% of contractors are now looking for permanent roles.

Meanwhile 58% of contractors surveyed also say they have not yet received any communications from their client businesses over how they will respond to the imminent changes in the IR35 rules.

Interim Partners is part of New Street Group, a leadership and people solutions consultancy.

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