“have Fridays off, and we won’t call you unless it’s an emergency!”
It’s always about the people and culture, not the benefits – the joy from duvet days or late starts only really last for a certain amount of time
In the wake of the latest HMRC consultation, we discussed the implications of the legislation and how this will affect businesses.
Multinational corporates have been particularly active and we have an increase in the level of salaries and roles on offer
Specialist skills are increasing in demand as we have seen a 57% increase in reward roles, 36% increase in In-House recruitment roles and 25% increase in the number of Learning & Development roles.
The Big Four firms continue to restructure their HR functions, ensuring demand for commercially focused HR Business Partners and specialists in recruitment, talent and learning.
Internal annual salary reviews are typically 2-3% excluding promotions where individuals typically incur a £5,000-£15,000 increase depending upon individual skills, experience & role scope.
Coping with change is critical and something that is pretty much at the forefront of all business agendas today
Training is now taking a more wholistic approach, using internal and external trainers.
The government will implement significant and far reaching changes to the application of IR35 in April 2020