At the 2016 ARC AGM, John Whiting from the Office of Tax Simplification gave a short and relatively light-hearted talk on the work of the OTS and how ARC members can contribute to its future development.
Category: Comment & Analysis
Ever-increasing working hours in the SCS mean more stress, tiredness and ill-health, and a growing shortage of people willing to take on SCS jobs. But it’s within our gift to do something about it, says Eugene Mitchell.
Iain Campbell presents his annual detailed analysis of the results of the HMRC People Survey, and compares the results to those of another troubled department – DWP.
Helen Baird-Parker introduces an anonymous report from an ARC member on the widely misunderstood issue of the menopause.
Graham Flew help you make the case for joining ARC sooner rather than when it’s too late.
What is HMRC’s approach to flexibility? Inflexible, says Eugene Mitchell.
Fran Hunter gets to chat with the tax authorities on the Rock.
It’s a whole new year and the SCS can look forward to £300,000 salaries… truly… Eugene Mitchell explains.
When you get a job, join the union. Don’t wait to find out if it is a good idea, you can find that out later. Just join.
As ARC prepares to launch its own website in 2016, Helen Baird-Parker tackles the diversity issues raised by the HMRC Intranet comments section.