Understanding your needs

We are living through a period of substantial change in the way we work. This is having a big impact on how organisations attract talent, reward their people and manage the complex compliance obligations.

Ever-increasing regulatory requirements present a challenge for employers and it can be difficult to navigate your way through the various rules.

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"People are your greatest asset. We will help you attract and motivate the best, reduce and manage your risks, identify savings and lower your costs."

Mark Abbs

Blick Rothenberg provides a comprehensive range of advisory and compliance related People Services
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Employment Tax Services

Navigating the intricacies of employment tax regulations without compromising your commercial goals.

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Building comprehensive reward structures and incentive plans, utilising the Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) scheme and other tax efficient employee share and option plans.

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Advising on how to structure your pension schemes in a tax efficient manner.

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Global Mobility

Helping you navigate the complexities that employing people globally can bring by providing bespoke expatriate tax advice.

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Providing a personally delivered payroll solution, giving you the peace of mind that you will be compliant with statutory requirements.

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On-demand webinar: Employment Tax update

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased complexity around employer reporting obligations. In this webinar, Director and Employment Tax specialist Jo How talks through these changes in a simple and practical way. Jo is also joined by Kate Dickman and Lorraine Owens, who are both managers in our Global Mobility team.

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Top tips to adapt your people strategy in a downturn

The changing landscape over this year has forced many employers to seek new ways of engaging with their employees, manage their people-related costs, increase savings and reduce risks.

As an employer what should you be thinking about?

We recommend ten key people focus areas to help you adapt and grow.

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Employment status

Examining the status of employees and the resulting tax implications.

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Impact of changes to the IR35 legislation on the private sector

The rules that apply to ‘off payroll’ workers will change for medium and large-sized businesses from April 2021.

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Guidance for UK employers with cross-border workers

UK employers with cross-border workers should consider how they can try and retain the services of such employees from January 2021 onwards.

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Government discriminates against self-employed

Extensive support has been provided to employees – via the furlough scheme – and many established businesses via business rates holidays and Government-supported loans but policies  often discriminate against and disadvantage the self-employed.

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Point of contact

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Mark Abbs

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Jo How