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Extra Factors In Payroll Processing

Extra Factors In Payroll Processing
Alison Clynes
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Tuesday, 16 March 2010 10:00

Any deviation from the norm can create headaches for companies that are implementing their own payroll solution. The norm is a full-time nine-to-five employee who takes no sick days or unpaid leave, is a UK citizen and resident for tax purposes, has a standard tax bracket applied, stays at the same rate of pay all year, and is subject to a slew of other conditions. Here are a few things payroll outsourcing services can help you with.

Shift workers may work uneven patterns from week-to-week and month-to-month. Different rates of pay can apply for late shifts or Sundays and bank holidays (or not) and total hours may vary. We invite you to work with us to build a payroll solution that takes into account variable shift patterns for individual employee.

International and foreign workers. You must legally establish that all your employees have the legal right to work in the UK, but that does not mean they have to be British citizens. Migrant workers and non-citizen residents may have to pay different rates of tax, and we can help you with that.

High staff turnover can be a problem, because new and leaving staff require forms to be filed with Revenue and Customs and paperwork to be generated. No matter how high your staff turnover, our payroll outsourcing services take it in stride. We can create a payroll solution just for your business and make sure that if high volumes of reports and forms need to be produced, it happens fast and accurately.

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