More than £800m generated from HMRC payroll investigations

HMRC collected £819m in additional tax through payroll investigations last year, as it continued to crack down on organisations that...

HR should own “people factor” of cyber security

2 Jun 2017

Nearly half (47%) of HR departments do not know when their cyber security was last considered and only 22% have...

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HR Tech World 2017: Maersk Oil drills down on global mobility and payroll

20 Mar 2017

Making payroll globally consistent and compliant can be a challenge. How does Maersk Oil, which operates in more than 10 ...

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Singapore employment law: what changes are coming in 2017?

5 Dec 2016

To attract overseas business investment, Singapore has concluded an international network of trade agreements. Changes to Singapore employment law in...

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National living wage: how to tighten payroll and enhance productivity

11 May 2016

Despite it being in place for several weeks now, many employers are still getting to grips with the costs and...

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Low levels of financial capability adding 4% to UK firms’ payroll costs

22 Feb 2016

PROMOTED With 1 in 12 employees finding things difficult financially, is it time for your firm to take an interest in your employees' financial wellbeing?

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Repay as you earn: could payroll-based borrowing offer better interest rates?

Repay as you earn: payroll borrowing to help employees’ finances

7 Oct 2015

Employers are used to staff repaying student or season ticket loans directly from their salaries, but they may not be...

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Eight pensions basics for HR professionals

30 Jun 2015

The pensions auto-enrolment process may be well under way, but there are still a number of reforms due to take...

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Compliance concerns distract companies from key pension priorities

8 May 2015

Changes to pension legislation over the past five years have led UK companies to prioritise compliance requirements over the traditional...

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Employers unprepared for impact of 2016 pension changes

13 Jan 2015

The majority of UK employers have yet to consider the effect that 2016 pension changes to state benefits will have...

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Small businesses’ RTI start date postponed

20 Mar 2013

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has given small businesses a temporary exemption from real time information (RTI) payroll requirements ahead...

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Real time information: 10 things HR needs to know

20 Mar 2013

It might not be the career-defining change programme you wanted to lead, and it certainly isn’t going to be the...

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Businesses leaving it late to prepare for real time PAYE changes

20 Feb 2013

Less than one-third of small businesses have taken steps to prepare for forthcoming changes to the payroll system, which will require...

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Payroll rather than HR to lead on pensions auto-enrolment

9 Jul 2012

More employers are looking to their payroll departments than their HR teams to take the lead on pensions auto-enrolment, a...

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Making staff work royal bank holiday will generate ‘huge resentment’

26 Nov 2010

Employers that force staff to work on April 2011’s extra bank holiday will create “huge resentment” among their workforce, the...

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