Managing payroll for your employees means staying compliant with several regulations. These range from HMRC-led reviews of Pay As You Earn (PAYE) or National Minimum Wage, to effective pay gap reporting. But following changes in requirements and making sure payroll is being executed correctly is a big task – and it can take your focus away from your business priorities.
Here’s where our expertise comes in. We have an established methodology you can trust and we can call on experts from across our global network of firms to provide multidisciplinary support. That enables us to help you with all aspects of local and global payroll.
Our subject matter experts can help you work through and simplify increasingly complex payroll compliance requirements. We give you clear and practical insights, allowing you to focus on business priorities.
How we can help you
Our team specialises in helping employers comply with schemes and regulations, including the National Living Wage, Job Retention/Support Scheme (furlough), off-payroll working (e.g. IR35), pay gap reporting and PAYE/ National Insurance Contributions (NIC). Along with payroll and compliance, we can also support you in managing all aspects of your employee compensation. We use our understanding of benefits taxation to design tax-efficient employee packages. From pensions to company cars, we have supported employers in attracting and retaining talent with efficient remuneration policies.
Technology is integral to all of our solutions. Our team of experts can help you automate key processes to free up your time to focus on strategy.
Key employment areas we support
- Job Retention/Support Scheme
- National Minimum/Living Wage
- Off-payroll working and IR35 compliance
- Flexible benefit design and implementation (including salary sacrifice)
- Expenses and benefits
- Construction Industry Scheme
- Termination payments
- Payroll advisory
- HMRC-led reviews
- Pay gap reporting
Our insights on employment solutions and payroll
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