Solutio is a dynamic organisation and our Blog enables you to keep abreast of our activities. Details of software updates, media exposure, compliance information and industry news, plus the occasional opinion, will all feature here.
The High Court has dismissed a case brought by the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB), which claimed that outsourced employees should be able to negotiate pay and conditions with the employers they work for. The IWGB brought the collective bargaining case to the High Court on Monday on behalf of 75 workers, including […]
Supply chains are the arteries that carry the lifeblood of commerce. Thanks to the ongoing Brexit debate, public awareness of the importance of the intricate supply chains that feed British industry is at an all-time high.B When imagining supply chains, most people think of trucks, trains, ships and aircraft carrying parts and raw materials. However, […]
A myriad of software products are flooding the recruitment sector, but do they really help with compliance or business growth? Read more. …….. Are you Prepared for IR35 IR35 IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR With the impending introduction of new off- payroll working (IR35) rules due to become statute in April 2020, those engaged in the […]
Leading payroll software company, Solutio, announces that it has hired Adam Jordan as its new Partnership Director. Adam has an impressive track record, for over ten years he has worked in a number of senior strategic positions supplying and servicing the recruitment industry. His previous roles include Commercial Director at a leading payments company and […]
Social care has become a political hot topic in the wake of ongoing cutbacks to the sector. The UK’s spending on social care is however a remarkable £32 billion per year – a figure close to matching the defence budget. In total, around £22 billion is spent on adult social care, with a further £10 […]
The Trades Union Congress has asserted that people on zero-hour contracts are more than twice as likely to work night shifts and are paid a third less an hour than other workers. After polling 3,287 workers – 300 of them zero-hour staff – it concluded the “exploitative” system should be banned. Julian Pilling, CEO of […]
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