Statutory Sick Pay – For those in the dark! Are you confused about your employees’ right to Statutory Sick Pay? Do you need help understanding SSP rules and calculations? Does linked sickness or phased return to work baffle you? FREE Workshop on 9th October 2018 – register now.
Our small payroll workshops in Bristol are informative, engaging and FREE plus great coffee and cake! Book now and get up to speed with GDPR | Parental Rights | Holiday Calculations and much more. Workshops are held in Warmley, Bristol with free parking too. Call 0117 9323444 for more information.
From the 5th April all companies with a headcount of 250 must publish their Gender Pay Report online. Cox & Co. Payroll Solutions are experts in statistical payroll analysis and reporting. Call us on 0117 9323444 or email email@example.com.
Yes, the National Minimum Wage changes on the 1st April 2017 . Are you interested to see how much the minimum wage has risen over the years? Find out previous, current & new minimum wage rates for adults, young people and apprentices.
If you have more than one job you could be paying too much tax. Learn how to split your tax code across multiple jobs and why you may be due for a tax refund.
A compulsory National Living Wage is due to be introduced in April 2016 for all working people aged 25 and over, and will be set at £7.20 per hour.
It is indicated to rise to £9.00/hour by 2020. Check which employees are eligible now – contact us on 0117 9323444
Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) can get everyone tied up in knots. But there is a simple formula and our guidance notes may help you through the Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) minefield. For further information give us a call on 0117 9323444.
As your friends and relatives will tell you: “There is no right time to have a baby”. But what if there was?
Planning your conception date may sound a bit severe, but it could have some healthy financial benefits! So here are 5 ideas to bear in mind before you decide to expand… Read on…
If your employees work infrequent days or ad-hoc hours, having the answer to the question “How much holiday do I get a year” may somewhat catch you off guard. Whether it’s calculating annual leave for a contract of employment or working out how much holiday an employee has remaining for the year – our Holiday Calculation Table may prove useful on the notice board.
Whether you are hiding your employer status to save money and remove the shackles of employer responsibility or as a worker you are attempting to lower your tax burden – it’s important for both employer and worker to understand the differences in relationship between self-employed and employee.