Topic: News

A hung Parliament but a victory for democracy and unity?

On the 9th June the UK public woke to the news that the Conservatives had failed to secure a majority - so what does a hung Parliament mean for the UK?

IR35: Who do the April 2017 Changes affect and what are your choices?

Contractor working in the public sector? Our Legal Counsel, Dawn Ford, explains what you need to consider in light of the 2017 IR35 legislation changes.

Bake it Better 2017: GOSH Charity Fundraiser 22-28th May

Raising money for the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, the Volt staff rolled up their sleeves to bake some delicious cakes in aid of this worthy cause.

Volt Europe & Asia Annual Quota Trip: Oman 2017

An insight into our Quota Trip that rewards employees from across Europe & Asia who have exceeded targets and/or been nominated by their peers.

UK's new Industrial Strategy: Analysis of the Sectors it Affects

Theresa May announced the UK's revamped industrial strategy on the 23rd of January - but how does it impact your sector and organisation?

Real Talent vs. Robots: Will your job be automated by 2035?

How likely is your job to be automated in the future? Phoebe reviews the study into this issue and provides some answers on this pressing matter.

Reflecting on the Autumn 2015 Tax Relief Expenses

As the 2016 Autumn Statement is being released and discussed, we reflect on one of the pressing issues from last year's statement.

Can Article 50 Be Triggered Without Parliament?

On the 3rd November 2016, the High Court judged on whether or not Article 50 could be triggered without a vote in Parliament, and the results are in.