The Employment Rights Act 1996 (Itemised Pay Statement) (Amendment) Order 2018 was laid before parliament in February 2018 which outlined new legislation taking force from April 2019 requiring employers to include additional information on payslips.
Well, it’s that time again when anyone in the world of payroll starts to consider processing payrolls over the Christmas and new year period.
Within the payroll outsourcing world December is one of the busiest months of the year, due to a shorter than normal month but still the same amount of payrolls and employees to pay the key to a smooth processing month is plenty of advanced planning, planning, planning.
Having moved into the education team to take full command of the BACS processing (cue training montage), now with training complete I am currently undertaking the responsibility of ensuring every single employee is paid on time. It is my job to guarantee that the millions of pounds worth of wages that our Dataplan education superheroes process each month is transferred securely, accurately and promptly via our BACS system which has been fully approved for over 40 years now.
On a day when we will see a total eclipse, make sure you’re payroll is not being hidden from you.
When working with an outsourced payroll provider the last thing you want is to not know what is happening with your company’s payroll. These are 4 things you should consider when looking for a new provider to ensure you have transparency through all processes.