Orange Genie News

Last week, Orange Genie Education drew their attention to promoting a competition to win an autumn weekend away in the Lake District.

Orange Genie Education work closely with an independent website called The Supply Teacher. (Dedicated to supporting Supply Teachers)

They have collaborated with Tweenways to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a weekend away at a delightful little self-catering apartment in Ambleside: heart of the Lakes. (For two adults)

Yesterday, Orange Genie were delighted to attend The Global Recruiter Industry Awards hosted at Café De Paris, Central London.

Orange Genie proudly sponsored the Best Medium Recruitment Business 2014 category and a big congratulations goes to the very deserving, Penta Consulting. Also recognised and highly commended within the category went to StaffGroup.

Lets hear about Orange Genie Education....

On their launch, we hear from Operations Director Pras Desai on what Orange Genie Education has to offer supply teachers:

Many congratulations on the launch of Orange Genie Education. In no more than 20 words, what does your umbrella company do for supply teachers?

Our aspiration is to improve the lives and increase the opportunities available to the temporary teaching profession.

Despite many umbrella companies claims to the contrary, HMRC do not 'rubber stamp' or certify that an umbrella company is 'fully HMRC compliant'

No business in the UK is 'fully HMRC compliant' no matter what industry they're in, but for all of us there will always be regulations and legislation that need to be adhered to.

True umbrella companies employ your candidates and pay them via PAYE, and therefore abide by UK tax law and employment legislation.

 

Onshore Intermediaries legislation

Few in the recruitment industry seem to believe the new Onshore Intermediaries legislation is either fair or proportionate to the recruiters identified in the legislation as “Agency 1”. However, for now, that argument has been lost and we are in a new era where the burden of proving that workers are self-employed has shifted from HMRC to the recruiter.

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