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An insider’s view on the future of Construction Employment Practices

2017 has seen a large focus from government and the media on self-employment within the construction industry. As part of the October 2017 Build Show at Birmingham's NEC - part of UK Construction Week running 10 - 12 October - Nick Pilgrim, Managing Director of EEBS - the construction payroll specialists, will be talking to visitors about the latest developments that effect construction employment practices in the UK today and more importantly, the likely future developments on the coming years and their impact on construction firms.

EEBS have been working with contractors since 2001, providing them with help, advice and construction employment solutions. EEBS continue to work with the UK’s leading experts in the field of employment law. Consequently, EEBS have developed a unique insight into both the needs of the industry, as well as how the courts, HMRC and UK Government’s take on the practices that effect the industry today will ultimately affect future regulation and compliance thereof.

Nick Pilgrim, MD of EEBS: “So far this year we have seen a parliamentary committee report into self-employment, The Taylor Review into employment practices and the Gig Economy, the reversal of employment tribunal fees and significant court cases including Uber and Pimlico Plumbers. There are significant changes afoot for the industry and I will provide people with an insight into the future for employment practices in the UK as well as answering any taxing questions they have”.

Colette Rayner, EEBS Sales & Marketing Manager: “The Build Show 2017 presents an exclusive opportunity for contractors of all sizes and from across all sectors of the industry to talk directly with us. We will provide them with compliance advice and answer their CIS payroll questions. Events like this are the perfect place to build new relationships and advise people on the importance of CIS payroll compliance”.

Visitors to the Build Show will also have wider access to the eight other events being held at UK Construction Week, consisting of Timber Expo, Civils Expo, Plant & Machinery Live, Energy 2017, Smart Buildings 2017, Surface & Materials Show, HVAC 2017, Grand Designs Live as well as the Build Show. UK Construction Week will span six halls of the NEC Birmingham, catering for the entire spectrum of the industry from architect to installer. 

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