The witch hunt to end disguised employment could harm interim managers
21st June 2012
Last February, a political storm arose after stories appeared in the media alleging some senior public sector executives were dodging tax because, although in full-time roles, they were not paid as employees by the government departments that hired them. These people, it was claimed, were disguising their true employment status and exploiting the rules by operating through ‘personal services’ companies. Essentially, is was the same charge made against London mayoral candidate Ken Livingstone, and which some say led to defeat in his recent re-election bid. For the full article click here.