As ‘The Payroll People’, we’re inviting expert speakers to the ‘virtual’ table to discuss the latest in legislation, and how this impacts the way we run payroll, analyse data and predict future shifts in the workforce. Plus, we’ll discuss the impact of COVID-19.
Join us, for an update on SSP and other government proposals from our payroll guru Simon Parsons. But this isn’t just a one-way street. We’re here to support you in any way that we can, so please take this opportunity to ask questions.
For this session our Payroll Guru Simon Parsons will expertly guide you through everything you need to know, recent changes, and what to look out for, including how National Minimum Wage sits with Salary Sacrifice schemes and what employers can do to make sure they reduce their compliance failure risks.
We’re keeping our finger on the pulse, as the new Chancellor of the Exchequer - Rishi Sunak delivers the Budget on 11th March. We’ll have our payroll maestro – Simon Parsons ready to expertly guide you on what you need to know.
We’re excited to be back at the HR Grapevine Live Conference again, to meet with the HR community and talk about how we can support the HR function for your business.
The annual GPA UK Payroll Summit will host expert speakers from the payroll industry and will cover the latest legislation developments in the UK and talk about the challenges that employers will face from 2020 onwards.
Join our payroll gurus – Mandy Hawley and Steve Knapman, who will take you on a journey through all that you need to know, and all the steps you need to take in order to create the perfect partnership.
In this free webinar, Payroll Guru Simon Parsons will take you through all the legislation changes that you need to know about.
Simon Parsons explains the responsibilities employers need to uphold in undertaking a determination and applying these individuals to payroll.
Our partners at WiH2020 are hosting their first masterclass of 2020. We’re delighted to be on the agenda and share our expertise.
Are you ready for the Holiday Pay legislation changes coming in April 2020?