Our long-established, Liverpool-based payroll bureau has carried the Bacs stamp of approval since 1998. In our most recent Bacs inspection, we achieved an 'excellent' score in the majority of the inspection report's categories.
The high-level assessment of business practices, standards, procedures and controls within our payroll division rated us on factors such as organisation, financial information, physical security, computer operations, systems support and Bacs processing.
Bacs authorisation means we’re permitted to perform your payroll function on your behalf, including transferring money from your business bank account directly into your employees’ bank accounts to pay their monthly salaries.Continue Reading
Many of our payroll clerks are members of the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals. The CIPP is the professional body for bookkeepers who are responsible for delivering a payroll and / or automatic enrolment (workplace pensions) service.
Through a rigorous continued professional development programme and host of membership support initiatives, our staff constantly hone their skills and knowledge of all things payroll, pensions and rewards. Our payroll bureau's CIPP accreditation keeps you, our payroll outsourcing service clients, compliant with current legislation and ensures you meet your payroll-related employer duties.Continue Reading
We're a '1 Star' accredited company by Best Companies, the organisation behind 'The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For' top 100 list. 1300 companies applied and almost 410000 employees were surveyed. Of these, 768 businesses gained accreditation with 205 awarded 1 Star status. Our Best Companies accreditation indicates workplace engagement as an integral component of our success and growth.Continue Reading
We've been voted 'Employer of the Year' in the Multiple Sclerosis Society Awards 2016. The judging panel were looking for organisations that create an excellent working environment for staff with MS, and show consistent awareness and consideration of the fluctuating nature of the illness. But, rather than employers just offering flexible working hours and more regular breaks from work, the winner would demonstrate going above and beyond normal practice to support staff with MS.
To see the full list of 2016 award winners and finalists, go to www.mssociety.org.uk/ms-society-awards-2016.Continue Reading