TaxCorporate TaxDiageo struggles to bring in UK staff due to tax regime

Diageo struggles to bring in UK staff due to tax regime

Boss Paul Walsh says staff are more likely to relocate to other jurisdictions than come into the UK, sue to the high rates of personal tax

HIGH TAX rates have hit the number of UK staff recruited by Diageo.

Chief executive Paul Walsh said recruiting staff to work in the UK was becoming a problem due to tax rates, and the government must focus on this for reform, reported the Daily Telegraph.

Walsh said that, as an example, staff were relocated to Budapest rather than the UK.

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