Morrisons Is The Latest Supermarket To Have Pay Gap Issues

  Morrisons is the latest supermarket giant to be facing legal action regarding equal pay, as thousands of their current and former shop floor workers of whom 70% are female, claim they are being paid less than their predominately male colleagues doing comparable work in ...
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The Crackdown On Auto Enrolment And What It Means For You

  Auto enrolment is proving a challenge for many companies across the UK, particularly for SMEs. The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is now cracking down on it even more. In October, four members of a recruitment company based in Derby became the first in the UK to be given a s ...
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Bringing Payroll and HR solutions to the Hampshire Business Expo

  All companies no matter their size, need payroll and HR to keep their business running smoothly. Unfortunately, these tasks are no easy feat and are often complicated and time consuming for most companies. Laws and legislation surrounding payroll and HR change all the ...
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When Your CEO Says Jump Do You Say How High?

Jump? How High? Criminals are using the CEO’s name to defraud business – If you received an email from your CEO requesting an immediate action, what’s your reaction? For most people the CEO is a god like figure with the power to ruin or enhance a career, so for the most ...
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5 Ways For Schools To Save Money In Light Of The Funding Crisis

  The National Education Union claims 4819 schools did not receive any extra funds from the government or have even had their funding cut. This news is devastating for schools and highly concerning. According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies, school spending per pupil ...
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GDPR: You Might Not Be As Compliant As You Think You Are

  There has been a noticeable slowdown in momentum since the official start date of GDPR which was on the 25th of May 2018. There was a huge build-up before the start date and everyone seemed to be talking about it, however now the focus seems to have died down and compa ...
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The Charity Payroll Problem and How to Avoid It

  Charities and not-for-profit organisations have a different set of issues and priorities when it comes to payroll, and the potential risk of mistakes and lack of compliance can lead to adverse consequences. So, what could be causing your charity issues?   Varying ...
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5 Reasons Why Digital Payslips Are Best For Employees

  Technology is always advancing and working habits are changing along with it, including the way that people are paid and receiving their payslips. 11% of employers are now looking for payroll providers who offer portal or smartphone access to payroll information. Most ...
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January is the best time of year to change your payroll

Happy new year! The new year symbolises a fresh start, and for many of you this may also mean a fresh start for your payroll processing. Of course, in any month you may decide that it’s time to make a change for a variety of reasons. But we believe January is a brilliant time ...
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Are payroll providers responsible when things go wrong?

Employers and payroll providers are awaiting judgement on a landmark case that could see payroll providers liable for employer errors Sharmalee Goonewardene, who was an employee of a travel company in California, sued her employers due to errors in her time sheets amounting t ...
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