If your business is not based around the financial industry, you may have no real interest in payroll, other than the fact that you know it needs to be handled with care and efficiency.
Archive | 2014
Recently, the living wage has increased from £7.65 per hour to £7.85, in most areas of the country.
A new decision has been made by an Employment Tribunal that could end up costing UK businesses millions, if not billions of pounds.
For years, the Christmas bonus was seen as a way for employers to reward their employees for their hard work throughout the year.
When thinking about implementing a tax efficient benefit strategy, it is important to take in to consideration the benefits and the risks, or difficulties, of implementing such strategies within your own work environment.
Our latest infographic looks at 10 ways to keep employees happy
The auto-enrolment roll out began in 2012 and is still ongoing today. Along with this new pensions scheme came NEST (The National Employment Savings Trust).
HMRC have put forward a proposal to transform the way in which they issue a PAYE tax code to an employee.
It has been quite a week for payroll news this week, kicking off with the fact that HM Revenue and Customs had a number of their complaint cases looked at and they were upheld.
Our infographic looks at the 6 key factors to consider before taking a new job.