As part of the grand expansion for this year’s National Freelancer Day, IPSE introduced a brand new Ambassador of the Year Award.
Driven by Brexit and government policy, the confidence of the UK’s two million freelancers has plummeted to the lowest level on record, according to research conducted by IPSE.
IPSE’s new study has made it “overwhelmingly clear” that freelancing has a “significantly positive” effect on wellbeing.
4.8 million people. 15 per cent of the workforce. £255 billion every year. Looking at the figures, it’s impossible to deny the enormous impact the self-employed have on the UK economy.
So the results are in and with a sample of over 1,000 IPSE members we have an excellent picture of how you are thinking:
Today IPSE released our manifesto: A Contract with the Self-Employed.
With 8 June drawing ever nearer, IPSE has researched the impact of the burgeoning self-employed sector on the election.
The Scottish Government has asked for input on a review about the collaborative platforms and the gig economy.
Driven by Brexit and government policy, the confidence of the UK’s two million freelancers has fallen to the second lowest level on record, according to research conducted by IPSE.