As a project manager you have the responsibility of planning, execution, and closing of projects. You will typically be working within the construction, architecture, aerospace, computer networking, telecommunications, or software development industries, however your skills and expertise could be utilised in many other sectors.
Despite your valuable skill set, due to recent economic events larger organisations are more reluctant to hire full-time employees because of the ongoing costs that accompanies them. However, these organisations still need to meet their everyday business needs and as such are turning towards a flexible working force; the contractor.
Operating as a contractor through your own business allows you to take on these temporary contracts and often negotiate much higher rates of pay as you will be undoubtedly cheaper in the long term for your clients than them taking you on as a full-time employee.
As a business owner you will also be able to submit expenses for tax relief which allows you to take home a much larger percentage of your pay than an employee operating on a PAYE basis. This is not to mention other benefits such as operating under the flat rate VAT scheme which allows you to benefit from additional monies to take from your business at no extra cost to your client.
With this increased reward comes the increased responsibility of running and managing your own business which can be a time consuming affair; unless you employee a specialist contractor and freelance specialist such as Arleys.
Arleys has been designed by contractors, for contractors, and this is why we know that we can offer you the service that you have been looking for. With Arleys you decide how we work for you. Whether you want the latest software to run and manage your business, whether you want to email your information to us, or even send the information to us in the post, we give you the freedom to make that decision; as it should be.
If you would like to know more about how Arleys can help you then please call one of the team on 01925 598 499 or email email@example.com and one of the team will be in touch to find out how you want us to work for you.