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Freelancer Confidence Index Q3 2018

The survey measures overall trends in the market for freelancers in order to identify inflationary pressures, business confidence, and an overview of freelancers’ perception of general economic conditions for Q3 of 2018.

Member Analysis Budget 2018

Special post-Budget report from tax expert Anne Redston explaining how the Budget will affect IPSE's members.

Freelancer Confidence Index Q2 2018

The survey measures overall trends in the market for freelancers in order to identify inflationary pressures, business confidence, and an overview of freelancers’ perception of general economic conditions for Q2 of 2018.

How to Solve the Self-Employed Pensions Crisis

Automatic Enrolment will not diffuse the ‘ticking timebomb’ that is the self-employed pensions crisis, a new landmark report by IPSE has found.

Freelancer Confidence Index Q1 2018

The survey measures overall trends in the market for freelancers in order to identify inflationary pressures, business confidence, and an overview of freelancers’ perception of general economic conditions for Q1 of 2018.

Flex - An agile approach to talent management in the digital economy

Guide for senior leaders to glean new insights and learn best practices in engaging a flexible workforce.

Free Radicals

‘Free Radicals: Britain’s self-employed millions urgently need a new deal’, an IPSE-commissioned report by leading think tank Demos, confirming the extraordinary rise of self-employment since 2001 and arguing for a new deal to accommodate it.

The Economic Role of Freelance Workers in the Construction Industry

The Economic Role of Freelance Workers in the Construction Industry has been produced by the CRSE and Hudson Contract. By analysing firms in the construction industry in 2010, 2013 and 2017, the report found that freelancers’ work and flexibility add value to businesses that could not be gained from employee labour.