Expanding your business

2014-07-18 Jennifer Renney posted:

The recent announcement by the Office for National Statistics that unemployment in the UK fell by 121,000 to 2.12 million in the three months to May 2014 is good news for us all.

The creation of new jobs appears to be increasing at an unprecedented pace, and as businesses are recruiting more workers, they might want to consider:

  • Whether new workers should be taken on as employees or self-employed;
  • What sort of contracts are best for your business (you are obliged to issue a statement of terms and conditions within 2 months); and
  • What other factors do you need to consider to keep within the employment regulations.

We provide fast, effective advice on all employment and recruitment matters. Get in touch with us today for a no obligation quote at info@renneyandco.com or call us on 01225 632240.

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