The Biggest Gender Pay Gap Offenders

The results are in! And they don’t look good… UK companies with more than 250 employees had to report details of the gap between the median hourly rate paid to male and female staff by midnight on 4th April. For the uninitiated, the gender pay gap is the difference betw ...
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The power of payroll in the care industry

The healthcare sector is nuanced when it comes to payroll and HR. It can entail many challenges and requires expertise to get right. Social housing schemes, care homes, personal budgets for the elderly or disabled, staff on zero hour contracts, multi-site organisations – ...
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Payrite: the payroll professional’s choice

The payroll department at any company is one of, if not the most important operation behind the business. We don’t want to pile on the pressure, but errors (however small) in payroll have the potential to cause employees huge problems, not just at work but in their life too – ...
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Good Work plan fails to stifle criticism

Understanding your employment mix at work has always been important, and will become ever more important now the government has published its Good Work plan. Published last week it aims to enforce employment rights from day one in a job, ensuring that all workers including ca ...
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Is gender pay gap reporting in the UK fake news?

Back in November we reported on the gender pay gap in light of Equal Pay Day, and we touched upon the new law that states that employers in Great Britain with more than 250 employees must publish an array of figures about pay related to gender on the government website. In No ...
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Don’t let bad weather grind your business to a halt

For many corners of the globe (namely in the Northern Hemisphere) it’s that time of year when poor weather has the potential to cause disruptions aplenty, whether that be down to ice, heavy rain, gale force winds or the dreaded snow. This can cause businesses owners a lot of ...
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