• The off-payroll working (IR35) rules are changing on 6 April 2021. From this date, medium or large-sized private sector businesses who engage contractors through an intermediary will be responsible for determining the contractor’s status, and (if appropriate) will assume the liability for operating PAYE and National Insurance Contributions.

    In this 30-minute, free bitesize webinar, employment law specialist Abigail Brightwell covers the key points of the new IR35 rules coming into effect on 6 April 2021.

    She provides an overview of the changes made by the regulations and implications for businesses and those they contract with.

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    Why view this webinar?

    It is vital for businesses who engage contractors through intermediaries to review their arrangements and ensure they are aware of their obligations under the new regime, and of the associated risks.

    Key benefits

    Learn how the IR35 rules are changing, who the new rules affect and their impact, and how you can prepare.

    At 30 minutes long, this bitesize webinar is ideal to fit into a lunch break.


    This webinar is tailored for:

    • Those who manage and have responsibility for contractors
    • HR managers
    • Those with HR and payroll responsibilities

    Webinar presenter

    Abigail Brightwell, Associate, Brachers
    Abigail joined Brachers as a trainee in 2009 and qualified into the Employment team in September 2011. She has represented several NHS Trusts in cases covering unfair dismissal (including constructive dismissal), unlawful deduction from wages, discrimination and whistleblowing.

    Abigail advises on a broad range of day-to-day workplace issues, both contentious and non-contentious, and is regularly called upon to give advice on settlement agreements. She also provides training for employers, focussing on providing practical guidance for businesses.

    Delegate feedback

    “This was really excellent – the best webinar yet on IR35.”

    Disclaimer: The content of this webinar is for guidance purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Information correct at time of recording on 16 February 2021.

    This content is correct at time of publication

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