Rebekah Valero-Lee employers
Whilst the private sector focuses on getting ahead before April, organisations who use labour on the London Underground must be aware of and engage in the forthcoming changes by reviewing and revising their IR35 practices to prevent non-compliance throughout their supply chain. Our latest webinar is designed to support these organisations.
It’s important that organisations once again place IR35 at the top of their talent and labour agenda and take the necessary proactive steps to demonstrate reasonable care and mitigate the risk that comes with ongoing non-compliance. Those who fail to do so could face significant financial penalties, as well as the potential legal and reputational damage of not prioritising their greatest asset – their people.
To support organisations who use labour on the London Underground our IR35 webinar brings together figureheads from the Morson Group and some of our specialist and hand-picked IR35 partners to help guide you through the steps on how to support your contractor workforce compliantly.
During the 60-minute session, the panel will discuss what is changing, your responsibilities as the end client, managing supplier requests to operate under the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), as well as the suite of IR35 solutions available, weighing up the advantages and threats of each route in correctly defining the IR35 status of your contractor population.
Our panel will also offer their expert advice on how to reshape and perfect your IR35 processes and procedures and ultimately develop a compliance strategy that minimises risk to your operations.
In what is an unprecedented opportunity to reset the IR35 agenda on the London Underground, ensure you don’t get left behind.
Meet our panel...
Phil Beardwood, compliance & assurance director at the Morson Group
Phil brings more than 35 years’ industry experience and plays a leading role in providing clients with employment law guidance and IR35 support. He is ultimately responsible for implementation and contractual compliance of all new legislation relating to an employment business.
Phil is a Member of The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (MREC), a Member of APSCo (Association of Professional Staffing Companies) and a Panel Member of the Morson Group’s Legal Forum.
Chris Bloor, compliance & assurance manager at Champion Contractors
Chris’ 20 years’ experience in contractor payroll and accountancy services has built him extensive knowledge of all industry-related legislation, including IR35, and sees him play a leading role in supporting organisations throughout the supply chain; which, for the last six years, has included the Morson Group and its clients.
Amy Jones, associate at Thorntons Solicitors
Amy’s specialist employment law experience honed over the last eight years enables her to provide practical, pragmatic advice in all areas of HR and employment law. She brings significant experience advising private and public sector clients in relation to employment status and navigating the changes to off-payroll working.