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November 22nd - The death of contracting as we know it

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by founder View Post
    welcome to your doom
    Spamming the professional forums...

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  • founder
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    Originally posted by BR14 View Post
    FOG
    Sounds like this forum will be dead soon too if the likes of you are continually tolerated round here.

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  • BR14
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    FOG

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  • founder
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    welcome to your doom

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  • TheFaQQer
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    Originally posted by ProInDisguise View Post
    Who on earth is awarding such an important piece of research to two bob organisation like that? Central government procurement
    And I'm sure that as part of their research they have spoken to members of the IR35 forum to collect evidence about the impact on the public sector

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  • ProInDisguise
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    Originally posted by SeanT View Post
    Research is being completed by a tulip paying zero hour agency... https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/...ws-E618794.htm

    Who on earth is awarding such an important piece of research to two bob organisation like that? Central government procurement

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  • SeanT
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    Originally posted by Guesstimator View Post
    It's that.

    Posted on LinkedIn earlier (credit to the finder who I shan't name but if you're here, nice one) here's the award of research:


    https://www.contractsfinder.service....hvqnRQyA%3D%3D

    Apologies if already posted.
    Research is being completed by a tulip paying zero hour agency... https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/...ws-E618794.htm

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  • Guesstimator
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    Originally posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    "Therefore the government will carefully consult on how to tackle non-compliance in the private sector, drawing on the experience of the public sector reforms, including through external research already commissioned by the government and due to be published in 2018"

    That could be read as you have (ie "we've already done research into private sector impact and we'll publish it next year") or it could be read as "part of the experience of public sector reforms will be examined through external research that we have already commissioned and that research will be published next year".
    It's that.

    Posted on LinkedIn earlier (credit to the finder who I shan't name but if you're here, nice one) here's the award of research:


    https://www.contractsfinder.service....hvqnRQyA%3D%3D

    Apologies if already posted.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    "Therefore the government will carefully consult on how to tackle non-compliance in the private sector, drawing on the experience of the public sector reforms, including through external research already commissioned by the government and due to be published in 2018"

    That could be read as you have (ie "we've already done research into private sector impact and we'll publish it next year") or it could be read as "part of the experience of public sector reforms will be examined through external research that we have already commissioned and that research will be published next year".
    I suspect they are planning to merge it with the Taylor report findings, which now are backed up by two House of Parliament Committees, to get it through.

    It is far easier to write a complicated bit of tax code that involves all sorts of workers making it difficult for people like us to complain. After all if that delivery driver is now an employee, it is easier to make a higher skilled worker pay tax like an employee as it is only fair.

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  • TheFaQQer
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    Originally posted by webberg View Post
    Seems to suggest that research on extending IR35 to the private sector has already been commissioned and will be reported next year.
    "Therefore the government will carefully consult on how to tackle non-compliance in the private sector, drawing on the experience of the public sector reforms, including through external research already commissioned by the government and due to be published in 2018"

    That could be read as you have (ie "we've already done research into private sector impact and we'll publish it next year") or it could be read as "part of the experience of public sector reforms will be examined through external research that we have already commissioned and that research will be published next year".

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