Qdos wins prestigious award for innovative IR35 compliance facility 

Qdos wins 2022 Queen’s Award for Enterprise for second time in just five years

We are delighted to reveal that Qdos have won the 2022 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category, for our IR35 compliance facility, ‘Status Review’. It is the second time we have been awarded this highly coveted national business prize in just five years. 

2022 Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation Category
The Qdos Status Review facility – which is a comprehensive IR35 compliance system relied on by thousands of recruitment agencies and businesses – was recognised for its excellence.

Having been first to market with this end-to-end solution, which ensures agencies and end-clients can comply with IR35 reform, mitigate the risks with insurance and continue engaging contractors, Status Review now supports almost 3,000 organisations. 

Since its release, our team of IR35 experts have carried out more than 32,000 rigorous and fair IR35 status assessments on behalf of businesses as part of the service provided through Status Review. 

86% of these engagements have been determined as outside IR35, enabling businesses to continue experiencing the benefits of compliantly placing and engaging contractors outside IR35. To further minimise the risks presented by IR35 reform, these engagements are protected with IR35 insurance.


Our Operations Director, Nicole Slowey, said:

“This time round our innovation has been recognised for our Status Review facility. This (award) is testament to all the hard work, dedication and expertise that exists within our team.”

“I’m really proud of everyone, who has made such a significant contribution to the service we designed to help contractors and businesses contend with IR35 reform – both in the public sector and private sector.

“In addition to that, we’d like to say thank you to our clients and partners who continue to engage with us as we strive to support the wider self-employed industry as a whole.”

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