Contractor Job News
South Pacific’s 'tech and innovation capital' offers IT candidates a career trip of a life-time.
Cops give wannabe techie a driving ban instead of IT support role.
'Best Client' of 2016 exports hundreds of tech roles overseas.
Technical personnel much sharper with tax returns than their info colleagues.
Business lobby accused of crying wolf, as figures show annual cap has never bitten.
Sir David Metcalf appointed to punish the rogues and protect the reputable.
A pledge to explore differing tax treatment where the work is the same is welcomed.
Routing agency temps through companies for VAT & NI EA doesn’t work, taxman insists.
Experts find fault with a new probe that lumps agency temps in with 'gig' workers.
Listed and at-a-glance; the eight areas that government wants your input on.
Chancellor reassures the banks, and other hirers worried about the talent pipeline post-Brexit.
'More to be done' says NHS regulator, ready to collect data about top rate temps.
Family and fortune questions could arise to live in an EU state, post-Brexit.
A visa (of sorts) is on the cards for Brits off to the EU, as is paying for permission.
Technology tutor's 'ethically wrong' romps exposed, despite email ruse.
Reed's post-referendum data dispels fears of a tech hiring freeze.
Robots primed to take over a quarter of business service roles by 2035.
The former favourite of tech contractors announces a new cull to Group IT.
Before their job goes abroad, many of the bank's IT staff must upskill whoever takes it.
Technology at the heart of jobs which hirers give up trying to fill full-time.
'Disastrous' claims Unite; 'careful and sensitive' counters Lloyds.
Techies affected by HMRC ending its IT contract early are called to action.
Tier 2 accusations fly, as 900 of the airline's UK tech jobs look destined for India.
Work is a source of contentment for one-man bands; for permies is just a means to it.
Avert IT meltdowns every month or so by having extra tech nous at the top, says MP.
Retailer set to invest one million pounds in IT for each techie it takes on.
Cuts to innovation would leave UK in the ‘industrial slow lane,’ chancellor told.
Airline accused of axing a few hundred UK IT jobs to save just 'a few quid.'
Tax relief ban looks even more unfair against freelancers' long list of lingering concerns.
Seven months running of self-employment slipping suggests support next month is vital.
UK's mix of government, finance and IT said to be too strong for Silicon Valley.
Wanted:11 female techies who are making their mark on the tech industry.
Deducting his staff's PAYE & NIC only to pocket it himself earns a payroll boss two years.
Being a techie in training helps a drunk driver dodge the slammer.
Accountant counts the most non-EU techies entering the UK since the recession's end
Only the finance department find journeying when you're not earning more costly.
Initially 'not guilty' tech manager admits to a £220,000 fake invoice scam.
'Times New Roman is for the lazy; Helvetica is for the honest and Comic Sans is for clowns.'
Petrol-head techies will lap up a VIP race day experience at an agency's expense.
UK's contracting tsar is sad about how self-employment is seen by Labour MPs.