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With the tax year end and self-assessment all filed with HMRC, many people are now sitting back and thinking, “Thank goodness that’s over for another year!”
Almost a quarter of construction firms surveyed by Hudson Contract were unaware of new national living wage legislation that means apprentices aged 25 and over will have their wages increased from…
There’s no doubt about it – compliance of statutory regulations is 2016’s key requirement for those of us who provide contract and payroll services to the construction sector.
This time last year, confidence was high in construction, with optimism higher than at any time since February 2006. But did construction actually go from strength to strength?
Freelance builders working in the South and the Midlands ended the year on a high note, roaring ahead with significant increases of 4.75% – 6% compared to three months ago