The Government’s plan to shift tax online has been hit with a further delay, with most businesses now not being affected until 2020 at the earliest.
Theresa May commissioned the Taylor Review in response to growing concerns over the low pay and lack of rights experienced by people working in the sector.
Recent changes mean employers with 250 or more employees (in the private or third sector) are required to publish their gender pay gap reporting.
Deliveroo founder said “We want to combine full flexibility with real security and we are calling for the law to be updated so we are able to offer both.”
A bike courier working for CitySprint has won a case giving her rights to holiday pay, Statutory Sick Pay, and the Minimum Wage.
At a time when stability is in short supply, the UK’s freelancers, contractors and small businesses have woken up to an uncertain election result.
We at Crunch will keep you informed on what this massive event means for your small business, and what the respective parties are doing to court your vote.
Small businesses are calling on the Government to set out what the Brexit impact on their work will be moving forward.