IPSE has warned that female freelancers face a “disproportionate financial struggle” during the pandemic.
Freelancers and the self-employed have been hit hard as a result of the restrictions put in place to combat the Covid-19 pandemic
Freelancers are lowering their day rates and working more, new research by the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) has found.
IPSE has urged the Government to work with business groups to plug the gaps in self-employed support
The annual awards, which reward excellence and professionalism in the world of association events also recognised lockdown heroes and industry partners.
Derek Cribb, CEO of IPSE, said the increase in SEISS will provide “vital support” for many of the UK’s struggling self-employed
mia, HBAA and IPSE have expressed its concerns over the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s expansion of the Job Support Scheme
Government must do more for the self-employed, especially forgotten freelancers who face “dark winter ahead”
The number saying they had ‘good’ or ‘excellent’ mental health has also dropped significantly since the beginning of the pandemic