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IR35 as a catalyst for change

IR35 is going to provide a catalyst for organisations to look at outcome-based work delivery

Posted by: ZivioReading time: 1 minute

"And I think you know, IR35, and we can touch on that it's going to be a driver of that. But not only that, the wider economic situation, and budgets being hugely under pressure. And obviously, the financial outlook for next year is really uncertain. And if you are in an organization and saying, spending 100 million on consultants, if you could even save 10% of that, and the program hasn't been intentionally managed today, I think that's not necessarily an unrealistic target. Who doesn't want to book that sort of saving, regardless of whether it's procurement or the CFO or the wider organization? So I think IR35 helps a lot in that. But I think it's also going to be an economic imperative to look at almost every organization is going to have to look at cost savings, or they already have their financial planning for next year. And this is one area where it's very quick to be able to manage that spend, it's not like you've got a two, three-year contracts, you have to run out and you have to redo those contracts. You can impact the overall spending, the type of spend fairly quickly if you start managing it correctly."

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