Argo Aviation International, formed from the Argo Group which was founded in 1988 in Germany, operates specialist international staffing maintenance and training services to the aviation, defence, and engineering industries.
Based in Cambridgeshire, UK, Argo Aviation International is part of a network of global offices supplying temporary and permanent recruitment solutions, EASA/FAA and CAA part 145 services to many of the major aviation airlines and maintenance companies across Europe.
Our teams are specialists within the aviation industry, our staff have a mixture of hands-on and office-based experience, allowing us to support all areas of aircraft engineering support.
Products & Services
Recruitment of permanent staff can be a time consuming and costly exercise. Argo Aviation International aim to reduce the time to hire and a seamless solution to reduce any potential business impact.
Argo Aviation International offer a variety of services to suit our client’s requirements:-
- Executive Search and selection – Using a combination of proactive search techniques and advertising through both traditional and digital channels to cast as wide a net as possible to ensure the strongest shortlist of candidates for interview.
- Retained Solution – Bespoke recruitment service. Providing a fully mapped market, ultimately providing our clients with access to the best available talent.
Argo Aviation has access to industry-specific jobs boards and an established database of industry qualified professionals available for permanent contracts.
With office’s based in Europe, Canada, UK, and UAE we have the ability to react quickly to client’s requirement utilising our expansive network of industry workforce.
IR35 UK tax regulations – We have done the hard work to ensure you don’t have to.
Specific to the UK employment market, Argo have partnered with WTT consulting, a firm specialising in Tax and Legal compliance.
We have provided some of the key facts to consider when reviewing the potential impact this new legislation has on your business:
What are the risks to my business?
There are operational, legal, and financial and reputational risks to getting this wrong. If it is determined by HMRC that a contractor is in fact a “disguised employee”, clients could pay charges amounting to more than 50% of the total amount paid to each contractor, plus fines and interest- and this could be backdated from 6 April 2021 up to four years.
This means that, in 2025, you could be liable to pay HMRC an additional 50% of your total contingent worker costs for the past four years, plus any fines and interest on overdue payments.
But what are the opportunities to my business?
There are new models emerging that present viable contingent workforce solutions. If implemented correctly and compliantly, these models could give you a competitive advantage as you attract off-payroll talent who can adapt to these changes. You can retain existing talent by utilising these solutions or even migrate these workers into your permanent workforce. However, to implement these changes you need to understand IR35 and fully understand the full composition of your workforce. IR35 can then be a positive opportunity to implement a market-leading contingent workforce solution, Argo would be happy to support you through investigating how to work with the new legislation to get maximum impact for your business.
For more detailed information about any aspect of compliance, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information at email@example.com