CAN YOU pay your staff in the event of an emergency?
The Payroll Service Company has recently upgraded the Disaster Contingency set up to ensure that in the event of a major disaster such as a fire, flood or electricity down time, we are able to quickly re-locate to our self-managed Contingency Site on the outskirts of Cambridge.
The new secure and modern location with a bespoke set up to match that which exists in our Cambridge office, will ensure that there will be no tangible disruption to clients.
Regular "test" scenarios are carried out to ensure the validity of our procedures and with continuous mirrored information, whatever issue a client or PSC may have, our customers can rest assured that paying their staff is one administrative necessity that PSC will maintain.
As in previous years, PSC can process your P11D forms on your behalf.
Main legislative changes 2017/2018
The National Minimum Wage (NMW) applies to nearly all workers and sets hourly rates which pay must not be allowed to fall below.
Since the inception of Auto Enrolment (AE) legislation, PSC has assisted hundreds of clients through the staging process to ensure they comply with these complex obligations.
From April 2016, the Government's new National Living Wage (NLW) is now law and obligates employers to pay employees aged 25 and over at least £7.20 per hour.
A summary of the main legislative changes that take place for 2016/2017.
PSC are pleased to announce that we shall be attending the Cambridge B2B Exhibition hosted by Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce again this year, for the third time running. It will be held at Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel and Spa on Thursday 24th September 10am-4pm.
HMRC have recently published their latest Employer Bulletin so PSC has summarised the main points that may affect payroll.
The UK Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently ruled under the Working Time Regulations that non-guaranteed overtime should be factored in when calculating the amount of holiday pay that an employee is entitled to.