John McDonnell: Economic crisis, vulnerable workers and… a Labour alternative?

IPSE's Ryan Barnett and Jonathan Lima-Matthews on John McDonnell's speech at Bloomberg and its implications for the self-employed.

IPSE backs BEIS call for Small Business Commissioner to fine late payers

IPSE welcomes the Business, Energy and Industrial Select Committee’s (BEIS) call to allow the Small Business Commissioner to fine companies who pay freelancers late.

Women turning to self-employment for better pay and working conditions

The number of women turning to self-employment has risen by 57 per cent since 2008, a new report by IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has found.

International Women's Day 2019 - Meet some of the women of IPSE

Today, we want to celebrate the women of #teamIPSE. We've spoken to IPSE staff and members alike about their ideas around the International Women's Day theme of #BalanceforBetter. We also wanted to take this opportunity to celebrate their greatest accomplishments. Meet some of the women of IPSE...

IPSE: ‘Myopic’ IR35 extension will ‘hamstring’ UK businesses

IPSE responds to the government consultation on IR35 private sector reforms warning they will hamstring freelancers and businesses in already turbulent times.

Join IPSE and Big Ideas Wales for a free guide to your freelance career

IPSE and Big Ideas Wales are hosting an evening to help students get into freelancing.

Come to Leeds Arts University for a free guide to your freelance career

IPSE and Big Ideas Wales are hosting an evening at Leeds Arts University to help students get into freelancing

Boost for freelancers despite Brexit crash in confidence

IPSE's latest freelancer Confidence Index shows that despite record low levels of confidence in the economy, freelancers experienced a pay boom in the last quarter of 2018.