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IR35: Why you should review your working practices

The controversy around IR35 continues to affect a number of industries, but the complexity of this regulation has created particular confusion in the IT sector. Prepare for HMRC enquiry letters by reviewing your working practices and contract terms.

Posted April 1, 2019 in , ,

Working as an Oracle consultant in the United Arab Emirates

Bordering Saudi Arabia and Oman, the United Arab Emirates is a regional hub of finance, investment and technology, with Dubai and Abu Dhabi being the largest and wealthiest cities. Globally ranked as 13th GDP per capita, the country is an attractive location for expats to work based on the salaries, 0% income tax and the overall quality of life in the UAE.

Posted January 29, 2019 in

Working as an Oracle consultant in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is an attractive work place for many Oracle Consultants – they get to experience a new culture, a great lifestyle and a hot climate, as well as the benefit of paying low or zero taxes. Learn about Oracle contracts, visas, taxes, cost of living and working culture in Saudi Arabia.

Posted January 10, 2019 in

Technology predictions for 2025 at Oracle Open World

A big highlight of the Oracle Open World were the predictions from Mark Hurd, Chief Executive Officer at Oracle, who recognised that whilst his predictions were correct, he might actually have been “too slow” as we are already seeing the predicted results in 2018.

Posted October 30, 2018 in

We’re exhibiting at UKOUG 2018

The UK Oracle User Group is again holding their popular annual event that brings together users, suppliers and Oracle themselves. Whitehall Resources will be exhibiting, and we’ll be happy to speak to you at any time so be sure to visit us at Stand 18!

Posted October 4, 2018 in