Developing by the hour defies the downward trend of daily pay for IT contractors.
Virtual 'Admit One' passes in the run-up to 7 Days in June are released.
Osborne told to rethink his rule’s timetable for the good of businesses, especially the smallest.
Second jobs report to cast August as a hot month for IT contractors.
This year’s ‘mini-Budget’ due in the advent to Christmas.
‘Being self-taught is sufficient to get by in the freelance IT jobs market.’
At least two of the state's primary IT suppliers face a ban from new contracts.
Osborne’s bid for frozen salaries has seen IT contractors left out in the cold.
August was the brightest month for IT contractors since the high of February.
Online miscreants go where the money is – increasingly, on iPhone and Android handsets.
Temps reject claims they’re only on-contract because they can’t get anything else.
Biggest squeeze on state IT contracts is yet to unfold, as the pinch will peak in 2012-13.
High-profile woes around exporting UK IT work bodes well for home-grown tech talent.
Officials hand state-run bodies notes to help ensure ‘off-payroll’ workers are tax-compliant.
Red tape ban does away with a better way to report rogue business owners.
Let-go techie accused of sabotage, with potentially 'irreparable damage' to the car giant.
Uncertainty compels limited company candidates to leave state hirers in the lurch.
The rewriting of a question the taxman doesn’t even need to ask just won’t cut it.
Alert to those using, or about to use, parallel partnerships and company structures.
BT, Capita and the likes of tipped to jostle for a troubled but still lucrative IT contract.
Vacation is only a dream for some in business on their own.
Existing rules, not new ones, are best to tackle the off-payroll hiring of ‘controlling persons’ – CIOT.
Freelance staff supplier to the continent hails a historical upturn in IT contracts.
Frustrated IT contractors see their jobs pinched or paying less, even amid the 'peaks'.
Family & friends are almost as useful as agents at finding work for contractors.
IT contractors seen as potential winners of London 2012.
Small fluctuations in temporary IT staff demand persist, afar from real-terms growth - REC.
Disputed report on City IT systems says banks put profit before regulators & customers.
Coming soon: 24hrs to trumpet the value of the UK’s independent workers.
Two huge burdens for PSCs will mix to form a 'potentially catastrophic' cocktail.
Credit crunch hasn't compelled the City to fix its IT system flaws – Intellect.
Self-employed have their say on being exempt from health and safety rules.
Subprime crisis credited with a double-digit rise in interims, freelancers and contractors.
Well-placed survey of over 1,000 contractors shows the market is still doing well.
Doing business with Companies House to cost less from October.
Staffing bodies fear the interim sector won't be thriving for much longer.
Revenue ready to stamp on individuals and firms legally side-stepping their liabilities.
Heavy industries pay consultants 80% more to lighten the load with IT.
Freelancing body PCG warns that public sector contractors face greater tax scrutiny.
Freelance group wants you to reveal the impact on the public sector contracting landscape.