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IR35 and the private sector

As we flagged in our post in April 2019, the government intends to apply the IR35 reforms to the private sector in April 2020. As a reminder, the IR35 reforms are intended to apply to any individual who, but for the supply of their services through an intermediary, would otherwise be an employee of the end-user client receiving the service. These rules will impact medium and large businesses in their role as the end-user client.

From 6 April 2020, these organisations will become responsible for determining the employment status of contractors, regardless of whether they supply their services through a personal service company directly to the end-user or via an agency. The new rules will effectively see a shift in current responsibility on status determination, from the contractor to the end-user client.

Gattaca PLC (LON:GATC) provides recruitment solutions and support to employers in the engineering and technology sectors. With offices across four continents, their global presence gives them the ability to offer clients and candidates a localised service on an international scale.

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