FCSA’s second webinar series discussing the impact of IR35 on the recruitment supply chain.
In their first webinar, FCSA provided an easy-to-understand explanation of IR35 and off-payroll reforms, and what the changes mean for employers of a contractor workforce.
At our “IR35 Reforms: Identifying and Managing Risk in the Recruitment Supply Chain” webinar, we heard from industry experts Matt Fryer and Joanne Harris from FCSA, who helped us to identify and mitigate risk in the supply chain by taking a closer look at the role of a Statement of Work and how fee payers and payment intermediaries are responding to the off-payroll reforms. They also offered practical advice on how to manage your contractor workforce through the changes.
- Statement of Work – a hidden risk in the supply chain or the silver bullet?
- Fee payers – what are their obligations under the new rules and how are they managing the changes?
- Payment intermediaries – what are the different types of intermediaries and the risks/opportunities they bring?
- Contractors – how are they responding and ways to manage your contractor workforce through the changes
- …and much more!
Freelancer & Contractor Services Association (FCSA)
The FCSA is the UK’s leading membership body dedicated to raising standards and promoting supply chain compliance for the temporary labour market.
FCSA Accreditation is recognised as the industry’s compliance gold standard, awarded to umbrella employers, contractor accountants, and CIS payroll providers who can demonstrate the highest industry standards.
For end hirers, ensuring that your contractor workforce uses an accredited payroll service provider helps to mitigate risk and ensures your supply chain is as robust as it can be.