Contractor Summers

As we enter the month of June, there’s a feeling in the air that summer will be in full swing soon. After a long winter, a hit and miss spring interspersed with a few intensely hot May weekends and crazy thunder storms, the wait for the long summer ahead has been an incredibly long one.… Continue reading Contractor Summers →

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Chris from iContract

May 31st, 2018

The trouble with spring cleaning your CV

It’s one of those tasks that candidates can put off for months and hate even to think about doing, but giving your CV a spring clean every once in a while is an important exercise to do throughout your career regularly, albeit a sometimes long-winded process. What can be some of the issues that put… Continue reading The trouble with spring cleaning your CV →

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Chris from iContract

May 31st, 2018

GDPR struggles as a recruiter

One of the biggest and most imminent obstacles for recruiters isn’t the ongoing Brexit saga or the slightly over-dramatised emergence and evolvement of A.I. No, it is of course the now implemented GDPR changes. No doubt you received a flurry of e-mails swamp your inbox all asking you if you wished to continue hearing from… Continue reading GDPR struggles as a recruiter →

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Chris from iContract

May 24th, 2018

With GDPR changes happening this week – please read our updated T&C’s and Privacy Policy

Good Morning! With the change in data protection laws coming into force this week (under GDPR – which I am sure you’ve heard plenty about), iContract has updated the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy that apply to your user account with us. No action is required by you to accept the terms, but you… Continue reading With GDPR changes happening this week – please read our updated T&C’s and Privacy Policy →

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Chris from iContract

May 24th, 2018

Candidate Profile No-No’s

The job market is becoming increasingly competitive all the time. With so many roles readily available on a regular basis, though this spells good news for those actively seeking, it means recruiters’ lives are that more busier when trying to fill these roles. And with their working lives intensified, this makes it even more difficult… Continue reading Candidate Profile No-No’s →

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Chris from iContract

May 21st, 2018

iContract’s community is active! Update your profile and be a part of its growing success story!

Good Morning Contractors! iContract is a hub of activity currently! We’re only 2 weeks into the month of May and we’ve already seen fantastic results recorded for both contractors and recruiters! Contractors like YOU on the iContract platform, have already been… Invited to apply for over 150 contracts! Made over 650 applications for contracts! Made… Continue reading iContract’s community is active! Update your profile and be a part of its growing success story! →

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Chris from iContract

May 15th, 2018

Download our free guide book from CMME for top mortgage advice as a contractor!

iContract’s Service Provider Community have been busy again providing you with more helpful resources to support you in your working lives as contractors! This week, our friends at CMME have created a fantastic guide book on Contractor Mortgages. This guide book advises on the types of borrowing options for contractors when it comes to mortgages,… Continue reading Download our free guide book from CMME for top mortgage advice as a contractor! →

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Chris from iContract

May 8th, 2018

Bad habits of full time work

As a full time employee, you’re likely to be fairly content with your work. But there are many cases now of people who find their full time roles extremely rewarding! If you’re one of those people, good for you! But there are in fact a lot of people out there who are unsatisfied with their… Continue reading Bad habits of full time work →

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Chris from iContract

May 3rd, 2018

iContract – giving you the power to unearth new candidates…

Exciting things are happening at iContract that we know will help you find that much needed contractor and enhance your hiring needs!

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Chris from iContract

May 1st, 2018

5 things that private sector contractors can do to prepare for IR35

The government has expressed their view that it is unfair for a self-employed person to be paying less tax and National Insurance than a permanent employee who earns the same.

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Chris from iContract

April 30th, 2018