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Food Service Contractors Industry Profile | First Research

Companies in this industry contract to provide food services at commercial, institutional, and governmental locations. Major companies include ARAMARK, Centerplate, and Delaware North (all based in the US), as well as Autogrill (Italy), Compass Group (UK), Sodexo (France), and SSP Group (UK). The US food service contracting industry includes about …

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Research reveals UK plc confused about T&S regulations | FCSA

The Freelancer & Contractor Services Association (FCSA) – the UK’s leading independent trade body for umbrella employers and accountancy service providers supporting the flexible workforce – has expressed its disappointment that the Government has not listened to the widespread warnings issued by the industry and has pressed ahead with its …

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WHITE PAPER & Survey: Corruption in the UK Construction Industry | Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)

This research examines the stance of construction industry professionals on the current state of corruption within the UK construction industry. This report centres on whether corruption is perceived to be a problem within the UK construction industry, what practices are deemed to be corrupt, and which parts of the construction …

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WHITE PAPER: The Future of the Electrical Contracting Industry |2021 Vision

As leaders in the industry, NICEIC and ECA provide the vision and leadership the industry desperately needs. The backdrop to this report is worth revisiting; in the first half of 2008 few would have predicted the vast economic changes that have affected our world. The impact of the deepest recession …

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WHITE PAPER: Personal service companies |Consultation & Debate

The ‘IR35’ rules to prevent the exploitation of personal service companies for tax avoidance were introduced in April 2000, following a long and contentious consultation exercise. This legislation remains unpopular among freelancers who use this corporate form to provide services. This report looks at recent debate on how these rules …

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WHITE PAPER: Raise the quality and international standing of UK with Outcome-based Contracting | AIM Research

Outcome-based contracts (OBC) – that allow customers to pay only when specified outcomes are delivered rather than merely activities and tasks – are becoming increasingly popular because of the advantages they have over conventional service contracts. In doing so, these types of contract are changing the way service providers and …

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