Demystifying off payroll working for the entire contractual chain (whilst protecting your interests)

Workr Compliance and Markel Tax will be hosting an exclusive webinar, limited to 100 guests on Thursday 18th February from 10am to 11am.

The session will provide specialist insights on:

  • Understanding where the risk/liability lies
  • Anticipated enforcement; practical steps to remain compliant
  • What is IR35 Tax Investigation and Loss insurance and, why is it needed in the contractor recruitment supply chain?

Hosted by:

Andrew Webster, Founder & Director at Workr Compliance, will be moderating the discussion and joined by a leading IR35 and tax insurance expert:

Paul Mason, Head of Tax Partnerships at Markel Tax, will be providing a thorough overview of IR35 Tax Investigation and Loss insurance and the importance of having it in the supply chain.

The majority of Engagers are getting prepared for 6th April legislative changes and, indeed so are Fee Payers. Whilst preparations continue, a much anticipated discussion on indemnification of liability has raised its head over recent months. Workr Compliance and Markel Tax are aware that there is choice in the market for such insurance products, but why not hear first hand of ‘the whys and wherefores’ of obtaining it, in that it is not merely a tick box exercise but evidence of longer term compliance.

Lastly, there is much debate in the market as to ‘who will pay for the insurance?’ or indeed ‘is it actually needed?’ – have a platform to share your views amongst your peers on this subject matter.

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Learned through experience, delivering a compliant and robust IR35 Private Sector Reform project….

Workr Compliance and STR Group will be hosting an exclusive webinar, limited to 100 guests, on Thursday 4th February, 4pm – 5pm.

The session will provide specialist insights on:

  • Preparing for 6th April 2021; at what stage of project delivery should you be at with 47 working days to legislative change
  • What are the key components of ‘best in class’ IR35 project and?
  • Identification of probable ‘bottlenecks’ to project delivery on time and, what action can be taken

Hosted by:

Andrew Webster, Director at Workr Compliance, will be moderating the discussion and joined by leading compliance, project management, and employment status tax experts:

David James, former IR35 Project Director at WORLEY and now Engineering Programme Director at STR Group.

Sue Ollerenshaw, Director, Employment Tax Expert

The Private Sector is being told by many stakeholders to ‘prepare’, whilst it is sensible advice, it is potentially not the detailed advice from experience that is being gleaned and, that such detailed advice based on key learnings of delivery would be of greater value as we get closer each day to the 6th April!

The open discussion session will provide a platform for end client attendees to hear, first hand, the genuine challenges likely to be faced of delivering a IR35 project that meets HMRC Reasonable Care’ whilst not affecting day to day operational delivery.

We have a limited number of places available. RSVP by completing the fields to secure your place.

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Why IR35 is just the tip of the legislative iceberg…

Workr Compliance, OPRaaS and Engage Technology Partners will be hosting an exclusive webinar, limited to 100 guests, at 9am on the 18th November.

The session will provide specialist insights on:

  • Hidden legislative challenges facing end-hirers of contingent workers today
  • Unique cost reduction strategies when managing contingent workers
  • Risk mitigation/compliance strategies for contingent workers for now and post Covid
  • How to maximise value through the use of contingent workers

Andrew Webster, Director at Workr Compliance, will be moderating the discussion and joined by leading compliance, legal, tax and technology experts:

Chris Dunn, Managing Director, OPRaaS

Ben Wardleworth, Business Development Director, Engage Technology Partners

Simon Whitehead, Partner, Head of Recruitment Sector, Brabners

Sue Ollerenshaw, Director, Employment Tax Expert

The session will be an open discussion and focus on:

  • Key risks of managing contingent workers in the post COVID world
  • Contingent worker compliance and why IR35 is just the tip of the iceberg
  • Why traditional methods of managing contingent workers need to evolve or die
  • How data optimisation catalyses bottom line savings and competitive edge
  • How Robotic Process Automation can industrialise your business

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