Editor | 8 September 2011
/ / /

The Final Version of The Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) has been issued and contained a number of welcome changes.

Editor | 3 September 2011
/ / /

If you're hearing this for the first time then you are probably thinking what does this have to do with contractors or recruitment?! The French extension is the French equivalent of the Swedish Derogation model. 

Editor | 28 July 2011
/

HMRC have issued a statement to Umbrella Companies to address what they call Pay Day by Pay Day Tax Relief.

Editor | 18 July 2011
/

In respect of AWR we believe we were the first umbrella company to recognise there is no one solution available to meet the needs of all recruitment agencies, end clients or contractors. At PayMatters we are therefore offering all available solutions and are happy to work with referrers to build bespoke solutions if requested.

The Bribery Act comes into force from 1st July 2011 and below are how PayMatters Umbrella Company are planning to adhere to its requirements in respect of incentives we currently pay to help generate recruitment agency referrals:

Editor | 7 September 2011
/ / /

With The Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) due to launch 1st October 2011, The Telegraph newspaper claims that David Cameron has researched whether they can be diluted.

Editor | 2 September 2011
/ / /

As the effective start date for AWR (1st October 2011) gets closer the Umbrella Company industry, along with end clients and recruitment agencies, appears to be favouring the Fully Compliant Umbrella Model in respect of adhering to the new regulations.

Editor | 18 July 2011
/ /

The Swedish Derogation is a solution to the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR).

Editor | 21 June 2011
/

We recently attended an excellent KPMG Conference on AWR and thought the following points they made were key to considering the risk of AWR to Recruitment Agencies:

Editor | 8 June 2011
/

The Agency Workers Regulations come into force on 1st October 2011 meaning that any contractors you are currently placing who will have contracts beyond 24th December 2011 will be affected by the legislation.

The 24th December is the key date as it is the 12 week qualifying period after the 1st October.

The good news is at PayMatters we are here to help.

Pages