National Minimum Wage

National Minimum Wage
Alison Clynes
Written by Alison Clynes
Friday, 06 November 2009 10:00

Payroll outsourcing is becoming more and more commonplace as companies look to undertake routine tasks in the most cost-effective way. Companies looking to minimise risk also find that using our payroll services at Dataplan Payroll makes a lot of sense.

Nowadays, employers realise that their most valuable asset is their employees. It is therefore vital that they ensure any queries that their staff have about their pay are dealt with straight away and not when some overworked junior finally finds the time to research the answer.

Some employers have many staff on the national minimum wage. This varies with the age of staff and has recently been increased. Quite apart from the damage to staff morale when they realise they are on less than the legal minimum, a company can find itself in all sorts of trouble with the authorities if the correct rates are not paid.

The minimum wage is not the only issue which affects employees' pay. The employer needs to understand the various options for retirement provision as well as having an encyclopaedic knowledge of earnings attachments and tax credits. Many employers find themselves wondering if there is an easier way to do things. Equally, many employers know the simple answer is to get an expert to do it.

Most businesses cannot afford an in-house expert. However our staff members only do PAYE as we are a payroll bureau. You can have our services at a fraction of the cost and there are additional benefits such as management information at no extra cost. We'll be happy to provide you with a complete payroll solution.

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