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Welcome to HR Solutions Shropshire

We're specialists in outsourced HR advice for employers and employees, based in Shrewsbury, Telford, and surrounding areas

FL National Awards Finalist Woman Who Achieves Nomination
Shropshire Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Finalist

Why People Choose Us


There are three certainties in life: Death, taxes and the growing mountain of red tape surrounding running a business.

As employment law becomes ever-more complicated, it’s more important than ever to have the best HR support possible whether you’re running a company or working in one.

That’s why you need HR Solutions Shropshire.

 
Fair
 
Honest
 
Reliable
 
Dependable
 

HR Solutions Shropshire are experts in providing bespoke HR consultancy tailored exactly to your business needs and at a cost you can afford. And, of course, we also provide trusted advice to employees to make sure your rights are protected.
With decades of experience, you can be sure our expert guidance will be perfect for your business or for you, protecting you both now and in the future.

We are HR Solutions Shropshire. And we’re your HR team.

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Testimonials


For Employers

Are you ready for IR 35?
Are you ready for IR 35?

Have you heard of IR35 yet?
Chances are that if you havent, you soon will.
Thats because it comes into effect from April 6 and could have a major impact on all medium or large-sized private sector businesses which employ contractors.
From that date, responsibility for deciding the employment status of those contractors for tax purposes will switch to the employer doing the hiring and away from the contractor themselves.

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For Employees

What IR35 will mean to you
What IR35 will mean to you

If you are a freelancer or contractor working almost exclusively for one company, theres a significant change on its way which could affect you.
New tax regulations called IR35 come into force on April 6 and could change the way you are regarded by the Inland Revenue.
Up until now, self-employed contractors have been responsible for sorting out their own tax and National Insurance payments.
That has brought some benefits as well as the annual headache of completing a tax return and making sure it gets to HMRC in time to avoid any penalties which is why the taxman now wants to ensure everybody is employed on the same basis.

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You and your rights  whats in store in 2020
You and your rights whats in store in 2020

There's been plenty of talk about how Brexit will affect workers rights since Boris Johnsons Conservatives won the December general election.
Some of the debate was intensified after a section on protecting those rights was removed from the governments EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill when it went before the Commons in the week before Christmas.
But at the same time, there was a raft of measures outlined in the Queens Speech which should give us a reasonable picture of where employment rights for workers are headed over the next few years.

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