Webinar Replay: Strategising Your Flexible Workforce Beyond IR35

As more employers embrace the Flexible workforce it’s clear Freelancers, contractors and interims are becoming more strategically important to organisational success. Yet most Talent Acquisition and HR functions don’t include flexible workers in their strategies.

Post 6th April, all organisations will need to consider how the new IR35 rules will be impacting their workforce, but to be truly strategic they’ll need to ensure they are embedded within all processes. Key considerations will be around employment status determinations can impact your ability to attract and retain flexible workers, maintaining “reasonable care” requirements, keeping track of your flexible workforce and supply chain, and ensuring supply chain compliance, amongst others.

At our “Strategising Your Flexible Workforce Beyond IR35” webinar, we heard from industry experts Kevin Green and Matt Fryer, who revealed what you need to do to prepare in advance of the date.

Topics discussed
  • Why flexible workers are now a critical resource
  • How do you attract and source the flexible talent you need
  • How to motivate and get discretionary effort
  • How to build a talent offering that connects them to your brand and keeps them wanting to come back
  • …and much more!
Who Spoke?

Matt Fryer

Head of Legal Services at Brookson Legal

Kevin Green

Ex CEO Rec and HRD Royal Mail plus best-selling author of Competitive People Strategy
Webinar Partner

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.

www.brooksonlegal.co.uk

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