Adapting your hiring strategy for IR35
In partnership with In-house Recruitment, Brookson’s Paul Lloyd recently sat down with IHR’s Natasha Preocanin to discuss the importance of employers fully understanding the impacts IR35 will have on the supply chain and the everyday management of their talent strategy after it comes into effect in April next year.
IR35 should be well underway for any business using a contractor workforce, but that’s not the end of the line for the preparations. Employers need to find a way to weave IR35 into their everyday talent management strategy post-implementation to ensure they are keeping up with the needs of the business whilst also being compliant with the new legislation.
- Supply chain risks and liability
- Tools and technologies
- The risks and rewards of agency use
- Importance of working closely with your supply chain
- Creating an environment of clear communication
- Statement of Work – and when it isn’t one
- Picking the right solution for IR35
IR35 NOW IS THE TIME
Brookson Legal Services is the only SRA regulated law firm that specialises in IR35. With our team of specially trained legal professionals, having more than 20 years of IR35 experience, we will work with your business to make sure the IR35 status of the contractors you engage with is properly assessed on a contract by contract basis, helping you prepare for April 2021 and implement the right systems and processes so that IR35 is integrated with your everyday talent management strategy, avoiding any risk of a talent drain throughout your business.
Contact us to find out more about how our unique blend of legal professionals and technology enables your business to protect your flexible workforce and give you a competitive advantage!