A common question often associated with IR35 is whether it will go ahead in 2021 or suffer yet another delay. The simple response is to not leave it to chance. With less than five months to go it’s imperative employers work with their supply chain, both internal and external, to ensure a smooth transition and implementation.
People teams have the opportunity to use this time to get ahead to improve communication, engagement and management of the flexible workforce and supply chain. By improving these key focus areas, the business will reap the rewards.
At our “How Your IR35 Strategy Can Help You Now” webinar, we heard from industry experts Matt Fryer from Brookson Legal, Paul Lloyd from Brookson Group and Keith Lewis from APSCo, who shared their best strategies around IR35 and contingent workforces and how to prepare for before, and after, the 6 April 2021.
- What you need to know, and do, within certain timeframes
- Changes in responsibility and liability
- Mitigating your risk
- Integration of IR35 into your contingent workforce strategy
- Case study examples
- …and much more!
Brookson Legal is an SRA regulated law firm that provides a range of IR35 solutions to the flexible working supply chain.
Part of the Brookson Group, they have been supporting hirers, agencies and contractors with IR35 for over 20 years, carrying out thousands of employment status assessments each year.