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Government urged to publicised changes in law that affects SMEs

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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
The government has been urged to publicise changes to the law that will affect small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

Category SME IT
13 February 2008
The government has been urged to publicise changes to the law that will affect small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

According to The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), which is the largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms, SMEs should be aware of the new rules on migrant workers which will come into effect at the end of this month.

Simon Briault, spokesperson for the FSB, said: "If the government is going to dramatically change employment laws in this country then they need to make an effort to publicise these changes.

"[They should do this] to make sure that SMEs are complying with the law and don't get caught out because they didn't know about something."

He added that publicising changes will also allow small businesses to take advantage of schemes or changes in the law, which could benefit them.

New measures to help tackle illegal migrant working have been legislated under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 and will come into force on February 29th 2008.

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