Matt Dowling founded the Freelancer Club in 2014 after his own experiences as a freelance photographer highlighted a need for a change.
Did you know that in many circumstances employees now have the right to take time off work to deal with an emergency involving someone who depends on them?
UK employers must provide access to a pension for their eligible workers. Employees can choose to opt out of auto-enrolment if they wish to. Find out more!
As a contractor or freelancer, you won't have access to Sick Pay if you get ill. Income Protection or Critical Illness Cover could be the solution.
Neither an employee, nor an employer, has the right to record a meeting – unless both parties agree to the recording. Read more here.
They say that if you’re waiting for the perfect time, you’ll be waiting forever, and that couldn’t be more true when it comes to starting your own business.
There is very little difference in employment law between England and Wales, some differences in Scotland but important differences in Northern Ireland.
From 6th April 2020, all new agency workers must be given a ‘key information document’ (KID) before agreeing terms with an employment business or agency.
Many take the sole trader route when starting a business, but there are huge benefits associated with setting up a limited company.
A comprehensive guide to Service Companies and VAT for people working in the entertainment industry.