INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
There are a number of pitfalls a recruitment businesses may fall into when arranging insurance. With so many packages out there, how do you know what cover is essential?
The outlook for the recruitment sector holds considerable uncertainty due to the COVID-19 outbreak. As lockdown eases, many within the sector will face challenges and opportunities that can make or break them – and all paths will likely lead to increased risk.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, recruitment businesses are being put through a great deal of turmoil. Many are having to put a large number of staff on furlough, and looking at ways to keep things ticking over, at a time when many hirers are putting recruitment freezes in place.
What are the alternative hiring methods available, and what other considerations should you make during this challenging time?
There are currently 122,000 vacancies in adult social care, with somewhere in the region of 9% of care worker roles unfilled. With the outbreak of Covid-19, how is the sector being further threatened?
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, the government has delayed IR35 for 12 months.
Peter Stoll, Director at Marsh Commercial, with his 35 years + experience in dealing with the recruitment sector and recruitment agency insurance, takes a look at the issues and risks facing recruiters in 2020.
Professional Indemnity insurance can be a minefield of jargon that might not mean much to the average recruiter, but understanding exactly how policies differ can help save you money in the long run.
Peter Stoll, Director at Jelf, and head of the Recruitment insurance division, discusses the impact of the IR35 legislation in this video, how this is affecting recruiters, what they should be doing currently and how this may affect their business insurance.